World Green Building Week is back for 2013 and we’ve got a jam packed week full of events to get you inspired, educated and talking about sustainable building around Australia.
Rather than just lectures and presentations, we’ve gone for a variety of events including a Green Star development presentation, international workshop, interactive debate, speed dating breakfast and documentary screening to suit professionals from all areas of the industry.
- Monday 16th September
- Tuesday 17th September
- Wednesday 18th September
- Thursday 19th September
- Friday 20th September
- 12.30pm – 1.30pm 5.00pm – 6.00pm
- 5.00pm – 6.30pm
- 5.30pm – 7.00pm
- 7.30am – 9.00am
- 5.00pm – 6.30pm
- Exploring the New Green Star LCA Innovation Challenge
- Green Buildings 2020: Capturing the Global Perspective
- The Carbon Reduction Race – Residential v Commercial
- Sustainable Perth Speed Dating Breakfast
- Sustainable City Documentary Screening
As part of the Green Star 2014 program, the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has announced the launch of two Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) based ‘Innovation Challenges’. Providing up to 8 points in the Green Star Innovation category, the challenges will encourage the industry to incorporate Whole of Building LCA (6 points) and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) (2 points) into new and registered Green Star projects.
Want to know more about GBCA’s Green Star Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) Innovation Challenges?
Then join eTool founders Alex Bruce and Richard Haynes to explore Whole of Building LCAs and Environmental Product Declarations and how to incorporate them into Green Star projects.
These sessions will cover the new LCA based Innovation Challenges and provide an explanation of all of the relevant components including Aims, Criteria, Compliance Requirements and Documentation.
250 people, 16 offices, 10 countries, 1 event.
Cundall is bringing you 1 event to celebrate World Green Building Week from 16 offices in 10 countries. Just like Cundall, this event is on a global scale but with a friendly local feel and focus. Please join us for evening drinks to discuss the future of Green Buildings with people from Cyprus, Romania, Australia, Spain, Shanghai, Dubai, China, Singapore, Qatar and UK.
Throughout history, buildings have changed to address social needs. A dramatic example: the advent of the skyscraper a century ago, which exploited the new technology of steel framing to overcome the scarcity of real estate in teeming Australian cities. Suddenly real estate extended into a third dimension, enabling extraordinary growth in a contained footprint.
Today’s building industry appears to be entering another era of change, with a view toward minimizing a different kind of footprint: the energy, carbon, and environmental footprint of commercial and residential buildings.
The industry’s aim is for ‘zero carbon’ buildings, but which buildings are at the forefront of leading the race towards this ever tightening goal?
Alex Bruce, Director of eTool, will present the case for the Residential sector and Oliver Grimaldi, Senior ESD Consultant at Cundall will present the case for the Commercial sector.
‘Speed date’ up to seven industry experts with extensive experience across life cycle and ESD engineering, residential and commercial architecture, urban design, marketing and selling sustainability, town planning and local government policy.
Ask as many questions about green building, design and planning as you like, moving from one expert to another every 5 minutes. Meet, mingle and network with up to 60 industry professionals and share your experiences and knowledge about green building in Perth!
Breakfast buffet will be provided throughout the morning.
Oliver Penman – Urban Designer | TPG WA
Sid Thoo – Residential Architect | Sid Thoo
James Thompson – Commercial Architect | McDonald Jones Architects
Alex Bruce – Life Cycle Design Engineer | eTool
Oliver Grimaldi – ESD Consultant | Cundall
Anita Marriott – Sustainability Officer | City of Vincent
Chiara Pacifici – Sustainable Marketing & Sales | Green Gurus
Enrique Peñalosa, former mayor of Bogota, Colombia, transformed one of the most chaotic cities in the world into a shining model of urban planning. Peñalosa believed that cities should encourage walking and biking, which would in turn promote community and make the streets safer for children. Come along and watch how he made this remarkable transition happen in this documentary, Bogota: Building A Sustainable City.
All events will be hosted at the eTool and Cundall collaborative office in Perth CBD apart from Monday’s two presentations which will also be available as a webinar for those outside Western Australia.
For the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday events, places are strictly limited, so please get drop us an email to register your interest and we’ll send you details on how to book.