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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    to respond to the new Industrial Strategy and what difference will it make Hear from the author of this milestone report which includes full Government and Industry commitment to the existing BIM programme and support to maximize its potential participate in the launch of BIM4SME in the region and air your views and concerns to an expert panel of specialists in a Question Time format The Chair MC for this event will be Will Stirling Editor of The Manufacturer This event is sponsored in conjunction with RICS CCS CIBSE B ES Nabarro and Mott MacDonald RICS is the main sponsor and is fully behind BIM and the potential benefits to the industry for more information see www rics org uk tag bim Panel speakers Peter Hansford David Philp Mike Tynan Kay Botcherby TBA George Hurst Sons Ltd SME Main Contractor Rotherham Simon Carr Managing Director Henry Boot Construction UK Julia Evans CEO National Federation of Builders Janet Beckett Carbon Saver and SME Building Services Engineer 13 00 Arrival and Registration 13 30 Peter Hansford Chief Construction Adviser The Government s Industrial Strategy For Construction 13 50 David Philp Head of UK BIM Implementation Cabinet Office 14 10 Mike Tynan Chief Executive Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre 14 30 Launch of BIM4SME Introduction to and Role of BIM4SME Chair BIM4SME Case study 1 Manufacturing Craig Sewell The Cubicle Centre Case study 2 Construction SME Business First Steps to BIM Case study 3 Architectural Kris Barry Our BIM Journey 15 10 Question Time Panel 15 45 Legacy and action planning 16 00 Close and networking Book now via the RICS weblink RICS Weblink or call 0207 695 1600 Electric Works Sheffield Digital Campus Sheffield S1 2BJ www rics org uk tag bim 24 09 2013 13 00 35 Post event comment by

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    you think may be worth publicising please contact me or any of the committee members Mark Connor Regional Chair Read More Young Engineers Network 2013 celebration UPDATE Summer Celebration 2013 Following on from the success of the New Year celebration in 2012 CIBSE YE Yorkshire are pleased to announce that we are holding a summer celebration 2013 for all members and sponsors with FREE FOOD AND DRINKS The summer celebration will be held at Chilli White Bar in Leeds On Thursday 11 th July 2013 Starting at 18 30 The event provides an opportunity to meet and network with your fellow members and industry professionals To ensure your place at the event please confirm attendance by emailing paul binns meuk mee com If you are not already a member you can join us on the night or email us to register CIBSE YE Summer Celebration 2013 Mailshot Free food and drinks for members sponsors arriving before 20 00 Chilli White Bar Leeds 11 07 2013 18 30 12 Upcoming Events ThinkBIM BIM DfMA and the black art of MEP Old Broadcasting House 148 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9EN Wednesday 09 March 2016 Read More Heat pumps the technology and application

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    and we would welcome new committee members and ideas to how we can serve the Yorkshire Region in the next period If you would like to join the committee or have any comments in relation to the proposed members please contact Derek Devereaux derek devereaux arup com or telephone 0113 242 8498 The AGM will commence at 6 15pm prompt with refreshments from 6 00pm We also have a technical seminar following the AGM scheduled to commence at 7 00pm The seminar is open to all so if you are not interested in the AGM please arrive for 7 00pm Technical Seminar Synopsis Jamie Yates of Trilux will provide an overview of how to specify LED lighting including recent new developments in LED Luminaires As he says LED luminaires can often appear to be a minefield in terms of specification This CPD gives you an understanding of the different criteria and technological variations within this growing lighting technology Helping you to understand and have the confidence to apply certain specification criteria over others and ensure that your decisions are informed ones In his presentation he will cover the LED market and current developments as well as ttechnical basics including LED design electrical properties light colours binning optical systems and usage refractors and reflectors LED drivers thermal management and the 9 criteria of a good LED luminaire in addition to a look at the future of LEDs and OLED Date and Time Thursday 2nd May 2012 6pm for 6 15pm for AGM and 7 00 until 8 00pm for the technical seminar Refreshments provided Please RSVP Jill Hoggan jill heliosfans co uk as soon as possible so that so that we can order food etc The technical event is held on behalf of the Yorkshire Region of CIBSE The event is

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    Lister a lighting designer based in the Sheffield Office of Arup will provide an overview of the lighting design within the gallery The gallery spaces are all naturally lit and this presents quite a number of challenges which Dan will run through To give a flavour of the design challenges an article was published in the CIBSE Journal Click here for link In addition we have also arranged for Liz Peck an independent lighting consultant and vice president of the Society of light and lighting to come and provide an overview of interesting and challenging projects which she has been involved with in the industry As an added bonus prior to the seminar we have arranged that the gallery spaces are open from 5 00 pm to 6 00pm so that you can see the Spaces and also the fabulous Art contained within The seminar will begin at 6 30pm with refreshments available from 6 00pm Parking is free and available at the gallery with directions via clicking this link The event will appeal to a number of different disciplines so please feel free to forward to Architects and fellow professionals Places are strictly limited so please Email Jill Hoggan

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    is managed how the CHP operates the equipment within it and to ask questions at the end of the session To demonstrate the volume of energy produced the Dalkia Service Scope of supply is as follows Steam at 8 3 Bar to 81 5 te h low temperature hot water maximum output of 3 6MW oil free general service compressed air at 6 8 Bar and up to 9 682 liters minute oil free medical air at 7 2 Bar and up to 16 000 liters minute chilled water at 6 C to a total load of 11 7MW electricity to a maximum of 15 6MW from installed capacity or grid connections You will be given a tour of the building lasting approximately 40 45 minutes in small groups and be able to see the control room generating room learn about the legionella control and ask questions once your tour is over Due to the nature of the site you require full PPE including Hard Hat Safety glasses over glasses Flat safety shoes boots Hearing protection ear plugs can be provided Long sleeved clothing During the tour you will be climbing steep and narrow stair cases have to step over high steps in to rooms and there is a great deal of noise and vibration in certain areas If you have a pacemaker fitted you will not be able to join the tour but are welcome to attend the information session and question and answer session afterwards As the noise in the building makes conversation difficult it is worth bringing a notepad so you can write down questions to be asked at the end You will be able to park at The Edge fitness centre from 4 45pm while tea coffee and biscuits will be available in the meeting room

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    number of heads nodding around the room and set out the stall for an interesting hour or so that was a mix of presentation discussion and brainstorm We talked about the core concern that most people have of reliability the expectation that others will not do what is expected of them at all correctly or on time and the waste of trying to manage that Defining Lean Louise said it was about only doing what is of value to the customer focusing on value added while trying to keep waste and necessary but non value added to a minimum An interesting question from the floor was whether we as Engineers do what they user expects or what the designer expects the user to want there is a subtle difference which led Louise to enquire do we actually focus on what our customers are delivering to their customers We then moved on to the different types of waste and how there is another added to the original 7 not using the skills of people within a business coupled with the difficulty identifying those skills As a recruiter I can identify with that as a lot of businesses only realise those skills either when someone leaves or after investing a significant amount of time in recruiting someone new After discussion about the process of identifying what customers want and how that can be a moving goalpost we looked at the tools and techniques associated with Lean Essentially the summary was that tools are fine to a point but buy in is crucial the whole organisation or team needs to understand why Lean is important A big part of Lean is communication both how you communicate down and how you listen to those around you with the most important aspect being your response to their ideas Following a quick summary of systems thinking and how we are all part of systems such as the companies we work for the projects we work on CIBSE family etc and how they interrelate with each other through us we moved on to process improvement My main takeaway from this was that most issues are not down to human error but how people are put in positions where they have opportunity to make bad decisions As the whirlwind tour of Lean continued Louise talked through many of the phrases associated with Lean including Kanban or ticket Essentially it is something which is a signal to restock a call to action such as the red line on a till roll that is quietly shouting change me now She gave the example how by using Kanban and a number of other techniques the small goods stock room during the building of Heathrow T5 went from fulfilling 75 of requests for items to 95 a stunning change that had significant benefits for each organisation on the project and for the scheme as a whole This led nicely on to the benefits of planning and specifically Collaborative Planning with the importance

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    the example of having to replace a fire alarm which needs replacing ahead of its expected service date the implications are for both capital and life cycle after all depending at which point it needs replacing in the contract instead of being replaced once it could need doing twice or may be more Moving on to the potential impact for BIM Steve described that current process where the contract is mobilised and Operations and Maintenance O M manuals are handed over for the buildings which are then manually entered in to the CAFM Computer Aided Facilities Management system taking time and possibly delaying maintenance being carried out on plant with contracts being examined and the associated potential for litigation or at the very least frayed nerves not the ideal start for what is going to be a 25 year relationship where all parties are contractually tied to each other BIM offers a great step forward not least because of the possibility of information being electronically transferred in to CAFM systems minimising the concerns that typically arise at mobilisation Questions still remain Would involving building maintainers at an earlier stage be beneficial Who owns the building model Who assumes liability for the information How does the FM filter the vast array of information to end up with what is of use As part of answering those points Steve asked the question How close are we to a joined up process Responses were as follows We need a joined up design process first There is a lot of value for FM people to be involved either at project outline and design stage where they can advise on build and maintain ability This benefit would be massively increased if the FM understood BIM and the dynamic nature of it compared to O M manuals Intellectual property issues around the model and the data were an obstacle that needed to be addressed and probably will be over time The same way that BIM is about information a big concern was confidentiality and particularly relating to PFI the PFI Partners seem to want to maintain a high level of confidentiality despite being involved in the same projects with a common objective With the discussion of information the matter of benchmarking was raised and how that can aid certainty but there are issues with this particularly in relation to buildings where products change over time new technologies and materials need to be proven while end user aspirations can massively affect the outcomes Looking at the wider benefits of BIM the management of expectations was a key point for example the availability of a 3D visualisation to show what an Architect would typically describe is a great step forward Soft Landings is the term used to describe what is effectively an enhanced handover process where the contractor has a greater involvement with the buildings beyond the initial build With a PFI s scheme it is closer to this than most as the contractor typically has an equity

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    LED Lighting seminar This event is published on behalf of the CIBSE Young Engineers Network The subjects of discussion will be LED lighting In particular LED s where are we now Total cost of ownership Lighting design using LED Pros and Cons of LED Maintenance Everybody is welcome Leeds Met University Lecture Theatre LTB3 LS1 3HE 06 12 2012 18 30 40 Upcoming Events ThinkBIM BIM DfMA and the black

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