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  • News | CIBSE School Design Group
    website at http www bs2009 org uk Please note that the deadline for abstracts is September 1st 2008 IBPSA will hold its 11th bi annual international conference the leading international conference in building performance simulation in summer 2009 at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow 04 Apr HOW LOW CAN YOU GO Practical Guidance on Reducing CO2 Emissions Friday 16 May 2008 at BRE Watford Construction and architecture professionals are under increasing pressure to reduce CO2 emissions through legislation and by meeting other critical environmental and financial targets Previous study days on climate change and sustainability have set the scene and now SCALA and SCEME the Associations of Chief Architects and Engineers working in Local Government have once again combined to provide practical guidance in the key area of 30 Mar WELCOME TO OUR LAUNCH EVENT 30th April The Sage Newcastle CIBSE Schools Group Launch Event30 th April 2008The Sage Gateshead11 00 1 00Programme 11 00 Introduction to the new CIBSE Schools groupJohn Palmer Faber MaunsellRichard Daniels Department for Children Schools and FamiliesDejan Mumovic The Bartlett University College London11 15 The operational opportunities within the BSF processA brief overview of the key operational opportunities within the BSF process will be presented A proposition will be outlined related to the largely under developed areas of 20 Jan Sustainable Development Commission SDC believes that new school buildings should be designed to be zero carbon zero waste and zero congestion that they should minimise water use grow food and manage their buildings and grounds to enhance learning play and biodiversity conservation and that they should serve as demonstration centres for sustainable living in their communities Their overview of opportunities for zero carbon savings from spend on education buildings could be found 20 Jan Assessing secondary school design quality The design quality of secondary

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  • Intelligent Buildings: More for less – Saving costs and delivering sustainability in the educational estate | CIBSE School Design Group
    and refurbishments The seminar will show you how to create and use pragmatic system integration in buildings to create more economic more efficient and more productive educational spaces Who should attend Principals Local Authority Strategists Business Leaders Property Professionals Developers Architects Facility Managers Consulting Engineers M E Engineers Heads IT professionals Building Services Engineers Systems Integrators Built Environment Professionals Environmental engineers Project Managers Construction Professionals Quantity Surveyors Intelligent Buildings More for less Saving costs and delivering sustainability in the educational estate Friday 1 st October 2010 CABE 1 Kemble St London WC2B 4AN A CIBSE SDG and IBG Special Interest Group Intelligent Buildings event with the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment Programme 09 30 Registration and refreshments 10 00 Introduction by Prof Derek Clements Croome 10 10 Achieving High Performance Education Buildings David Somervell Sustainability Adviser University of Edinburgh 10 45 The Educational business case Richard Everett CIBSE IBG 11 10 Networking tea coffee break 11 30 Integrated teams can deliver more for less Martin Davis Strategic Forum Integration Task Group 12 00 Sustainable Property Investment Sarah Daly Heath Avery Architects by Video Conference 12 30 Networking and Lunch Schools and Local Authorities Stream A Room 2 Further and Higher Education Stream B Room 3 13 30 Maintaining educational vision and transforming lives Graham Handscomb Essex County Council 13 30 A future education case study from an ICT perspective Dr Geoff Elliott Pembrokeshire College 14 00 Essex Building School for the Future a Bright Green case study Richard Byers Skanska RM 14 00 A High Education perspective Case study Alan Reading Arup 14 30 A day in the life practical demonstration Stuart Bailey Schneider Electric s Buildings Business 15 00 Tea coffee and panel discussion interaction 16 00 Close followed by networking To book your place please complete

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  • SCALA/SCEME/CLAW Study Day | CIBSE School Design Group
    practical guidance and examples in this field This is followed in the afternoon by breakout sessions allowing smaller groups of delegates to explore specific areas of interest with high levels of interaction The venue for the Study Day is the newly completed Wales Institute for Sustainable Education WISE within the grounds of the Centre for Alternative Technology CAT near Machynlleth one of the world s foremost eco centres with over 30 years of research and experience in sustainable living For further information including information on events being held on the Thursday and the Saturday please see www sceme org or www scala org uk or email Fiona Fanning at scemeevents googlemail com HOME WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO MEMBERSHIP PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS SDG BULLETINS MINUTES NEWS CONTACT LATEST NEWS 16 Feb Passivhaus school design SCEME Spring Meeting Wednesday 14th March 2012 During the meeting there will be 17 Oct Was it the bankers the builder the facility manager or the government The anatomy of a public private partnership dispute BARTLETT SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND CIBSE SCHOOL DESIGN GROUP request the pleasure of your company to a 09 Oct NEW DESIGNING FOR EDUCATION OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments

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  • A Carbon Management Strategy for Schools | CIBSE School Design Group
    and management of energy Delivering effective school environments that meet low or zero carbon targets will be a major challenge and the consultation proposes a number of good measures but we need to go much further if we are to achieve zero carbon targets without comprising on indoor air quality acoustics or daylighting in our schools all of which affect learning CIBSE also said that a whole building approach needs to be adopted to deliver effective school environments CIBSE drew upon a body of survey information relevant to many of the issues covered by the consultation developed by a UCL research group in collaboration with the CIBSE School Design group The CIBSE response can be downloaded here and the accompanying evidence document HOME WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO MEMBERSHIP PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS SDG BULLETINS MINUTES NEWS CONTACT LATEST NEWS 16 Feb Passivhaus school design SCEME Spring Meeting Wednesday 14th March 2012 During the meeting there will be 17 Oct Was it the bankers the builder the facility manager or the government The anatomy of a public private partnership dispute BARTLETT SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND CIBSE SCHOOL DESIGN GROUP request the pleasure of your company to a 09 Oct

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  • NEW EVENT: Passive & Hybrid Downdraught Cooling Symposium | CIBSE School Design Group
    If you would like to participate in the two day symposium please email our administrators to request a registration form to Jing Wang nottingham ac uk Mirentxu Ulloa nottingham ac uk Registration fee is 100 This includes an electronic copy of the draft Design Sourcebook and Software Tools lunch for both days and refreshments Participants are requested to bring a fully charged laptop with them on the second day of the event which will include an interactive workshop Please note that limited seats are available and therefore registration occurs on a first come first serve basis PROGRAMME DAY 1 9 00 Coffee and registration 9 30 Welcome Professor Alexi Marmot UCL 9 40 Keynote Introduction Mario Cucinella Italy Max Fordham UK 10 00 Introduction to Passive and Hybrid Downdraught Cooling Professor Brian Ford UNOTT 10 30 Tea Coffee Break Session A Chair Dr Simos Yannas AA 11 00 Applicability to new buildings Case studies Elizabeth Francis MCA Italy 11 30 Applicability in Europe USA Case Studies Professor Brian Ford UNOTT 12 00 Market Projection Financial Analysis Paul Thomas DL 12 30 Panel Session All 13 00 14 00 LUNCH Session B Chair Professor Derek Croome Reading University 14 00 Climatic applicability Performance Analysis Comfort energy Dr José Manuel Salmerón AICIA 14 40 Designing Downdraught Cooling Systems Introduction to Sourcebook and Rules of thumb Elizbeth Francis MCA 15 10 Panel Session All 15 30 Tea coffee break and exhibition Session C Chair Professor Brian Ford UNOTT UCL School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies Case Study 15 45 Professor Alan Short University of Cambridge 16 15 Professor Kevin Lomas and Dr Malcolm Cook Loughborough University 17 15 Feedback session ALL 17 45 Close PROGRAMME DAY 2 Note All workshop participants need to bring personal laptops with software loaded The software will

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  • International Safer Schools, Safer Communities (ISSSC) conference | CIBSE School Design Group
    hubs for children s services in their area This three day conference being held in London from 13 15 January will examine how teachers governors parents and students together with national and local government community groups and local agencies police and law enforcement officers designers contractors educationalists and public health and safety officials can address the issues of safety and security Three approaches will be explored Crime prevention through environmental design and management of the physical environment Programmes of social intervention including behaviour management and pastoral care Actions of the police and the justice system Output The principal conference output is a report including international guidelines outlining Principles of safe and secure schools Principles of effective intervention strategies for children and young people Working language The working language for the conference is English For all enquiries please contact the BRE Event Manager Caroline McGill T 01923 664800 or E mcgillc bre co uk HOME WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO MEMBERSHIP PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS SDG BULLETINS MINUTES NEWS CONTACT LATEST NEWS 16 Feb Passivhaus school design SCEME Spring Meeting Wednesday 14th March 2012 During the meeting there will be 17 Oct Was it the bankers the builder the facility manager

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  • PfS Design Conference | CIBSE School Design Group
    schools with extensive community use Focus on flexibility a look at a central issue through the lens of primary education furniture and personalised learning Tailor made to be the same a conversation involving Knowsley BSF who have elected to create seven learning centres based on the same template Sheffield University who have recently reported on current engagement of young people and a reminder not to leave refurbishment projects out of the discussion What happens after handover Keynote address from Rosan Bosch about how Bosch and Fjord have been working with school communities to help them to get the most out of their new buildings To register visit http www partnershipsforschools org uk HOME WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO MEMBERSHIP PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS SDG BULLETINS MINUTES NEWS CONTACT LATEST NEWS 16 Feb Passivhaus school design SCEME Spring Meeting Wednesday 14th March 2012 During the meeting there will be 17 Oct Was it the bankers the builder the facility manager or the government The anatomy of a public private partnership dispute BARTLETT SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND CIBSE SCHOOL DESIGN GROUP request the pleasure of your company to a 09 Oct NEW DESIGNING FOR EDUCATION OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments

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  • DCSF launches consultation into schools carbon management | CIBSE School Design Group
    all the energy and transport emissions of Birmingham and Manchester combined This is equivalent to 15 of the country s public sector emissions You can download the consultation paper and an accompanying evidence and assumptions document at www dcsf gov uk consultations The closing date for responses is Friday 20 November If you would like more information about the consultation process or the documents please contact Liz Warren on liz warren sd commission gsi gov uk or 07976 962 055 Regards Liz Liz Warren Sustainable Development Commission e liz warren sd commission gsi gov uk t 07976 962 055 HOME WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO MEMBERSHIP PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS SDG BULLETINS MINUTES NEWS CONTACT LATEST NEWS 16 Feb Passivhaus school design SCEME Spring Meeting Wednesday 14th March 2012 During the meeting there will be 17 Oct Was it the bankers the builder the facility manager or the government The anatomy of a public private partnership dispute BARTLETT SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND CIBSE SCHOOL DESIGN GROUP request the pleasure of your company to a 09 Oct NEW DESIGNING FOR EDUCATION OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments CELE promotes the exchange and analysis of policy research and experience in 02

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