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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    for projects within the UK NG Bailey is well known as the UK s largest independent M E contractor with their HQ in Ilkley they have a 450 million turnover as well as a very strong reputation for safety something which was demonstrated with Ian s first slide of the presentation where he did their safety share highlighting the number of cyclists killed and injured on the roads each year The presentation itself click for link here is on this page and well worth looking at beside these notes I won t repeat the slides but there were two short films that Mark and Ian added to various points to The first was about the work that Bailey Offsite carried out at Birmingham New Street Station a project where the deadline could not be missed as there is only one day a year when it would be possible to switch off the existing communications systems so that they new could be connected Christmas day That was just one of the challenges the station design itself made access very difficult and this coupled with the fact that the building had to be kept live made the scheme all the more interesting In the end just 8 people installed a 126m long 8m wide by 3m high services corridor as part of a design and build period lasting just 12 months The project was safer as there were significantly less people on site carrying out the installation there were less deliveries to site minimal working at height and each module was delivered pre tested with zero defects so there was no need for rectification on site The second film about Heathrow T5C had no narrative so Ian and Mark talked us through different aspects The terminal is designed to deal with 66 million people per annum 89 airlines flying out to 170 countries A key part of delivering that was the 12 10m by 15m units produced in Bradford and then taken down to site using Just In Time methodologies The client looked at the prototype and identified 108 changes that they wanted making which were implemented on subsequent units a big step forward to the usual checks which happen once one part is complete and others are underway Overall from using off site manufacture the client saw a reduction in time from a projected 60000 hours to deliver the scheme to an actual 26880 hours each unit took just 4 days to install as opposed to 16 weeks for how they would normally be built As well as an overall 6m saving for the client the project was delivered early so that they could gain revenue early but of far greater importance to the client was the fact that there was no onsite debris With the work being carried out airside waste blowing across a runway could be catastrophic So where do the savings come from Labour Semi Skilled and Skilled operatives assemble the units rather than having large numbers of

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    30pm followed by a four course meal and two after dinner speakers We are pleased to announce our speaker for this years dinner is Leeds United Legend Norman Hunter Norman made over 500 appearances for Leeds and was part of the squad for the1966 England World Cup winning team We also have for your entertainment comedian Mal Rich Mal originates from Liverpool or at least Merseyside but don t hold that against him Our chosen charity is once again Children in Need and the CIBSE Benevolent Fund Please try and support our event The intention is to provide a relaxed setting for networking raise some money for charity and have some fun We also award Student prizes at the event which is always a pleasurable part of the evening Tickets are competetivley priced at 45 per person and can be purchased on an individual or table by table basis If you would like to attend application forms and further details of the event please contact derek devereaux arup com Annual Dinner 2012 information flyer is here We are also looking for donations for our charity raffle so if you or any companies benefactors can make a suitable donation then that

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    different elements of air conditioning LG s Richard Scott will provide an overview of the following subject areas The event is hosted at LG s Regional training academy in Leeds TM44 Energy Inspections to save costs Synopsis Identifies who is legally responsible for air conditioning Introduces some of the legal requirements of AC energy inspections Gain an overview of current reporting methods and what to expect in its content as well as understanding what happens to a report on completion Effect of AWHP system design on running costs and emissions Synopsis Demonstrates how emissions and running costs compare with conventional heating systems as well as how to calculate emissions and running cost savings Understand the design criteria that are important for potential savings to be realised The seminar will be of interest to designers contractors facility managers and those involved with maintainence of air conditioning equipment and as all our events is CPD accredited Buffet and refreshments will be provided so to assist can you please RSVP to me derek devereaux arup com It would be great to see as many as you attend as possible for what I am sure will be a very interesting and informative session Arrive 5 30 for 6 00pm start Also please remember we have our annual dinner on the 16th November 2012 with tickets still available at a very reasonable 45 per person For more information on this and other local event please visit our website www cibseyorkshire org Dean and Wood 15 Bruntcliffe Avenue Leeds 27 Industrial Estate Morley Leeds LS27 0LL Parking is available http www dean wood com leeds branch 17 10 2012 17 30 21 Post event comment by Mark Connor CIBSE Yorkshire Region Vice Chair An excellent and well presented seminar well attended by around 30 persons Presentation

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    for the discussion to follow Paul gave an overview and then went on to talk about the challenge of the 2016 BIM target and how SES had embraced it to prepare for that deadline and gain advantage What they have found is that for advantage to be realised general understanding of BIM cost of implementation and construction industry methodology would need to be addressed Paul discussed how poor models would be of limited value and that issues regarding the transfer of data between Architects Modellers and other disciplines can hinder the cornerstone of BIM that of being able to use information more than once and smooth out procurement processes Lee then discussed the technology side of BIM within SES and how they use AutoCAD as a basic package with Revit for Stage E moving on to AutoDesk Fabrication formerly FAB Mep and CADmep as separate packages now merged their own system to quantify costs before NavisWorks for 3D visualization clash detection coordination presentations and bringing models in from other packages The idea is that core information comes in at one end and is progressed through the system until the final result is produced and he demonstrated the value of using information more than once by extracting design data for a module and importing it in to their cost system He then showed how the system could provide a list of the constituent parts costs and labour for that module While very impressive Lee was keen to point out that to reach the stage of being able to make it look that easy had taken several years and many hours of development Paul raised the following discussion points as part of his rounding off The industry appears keen to embrace BIM and its expected benefits but there are still factors holding it back such as knowledge and questions of achieving return on investment W ho are the BIM Heroes and where are they coming from Whether the industry as a whole is ready for the necessary culture change as opposed to merely buying the appropriate packages technology There are still inefficiencies within project procurement which BIM may not be able to fully help address As a final statement he talked about the need to blur the boundaries between the various stages of building and the different parties involved to achieve the necessary degree of collaborative working needed for all to benefit This final statement led very nicely on to Martin s presentation Copy of Martins presentation here where he started with a definition of BIM as follows T he total and virtual modelling of all aspects of a facility prior to construction during construction and in use Martin stressed the word facility as he believes that clients do not commission buildings but places which have to fulfil a purpose He then compared the 13 month build period of the Empire State Building at the rate of 1 story a day with a maximum of 3400 people on site and one contractor

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    YE Yorkshire is holding our next technical seminar on Thursday 13 th September2012 at Leeds Metropolitan UniversityThe seminar will be presented by Ant Wilson from AECOM and will cover the following areas International Drivers for Low Energy Carbon Buildings Government Energy and Construction Policy Energy Climate Change Issues Planning Issues Feed In Tariffs Building Regulations Heat Strategy Feed In Tariffs Green Deal Question and Answer Session The seminar will be held in Lecture Theatre LTB1 arrive at 18 00 for a 18 30 start with Tea Coffee and Biscuits will be available on arrival Following the seminar we will be going to a local bar for a few drinks and nibbles we will advise location etc on the night Please confirm attendance at both the seminar and social event by emailing admin cibseyeyorkshire org uk See our website for further details www cibseyeyorkshire org uk Leeds Met University 13 09 2012 18 00 40 Post event comment by Mark Connor CIBSE Regional Vice Chair Webmaster An excellent and fast moving commentry from Ant Wilson on the likely incoming changes and structures The notes from the presentation are published Here for people to download and review Upcoming Events ThinkBIM BIM DfMA

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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 Legislation update Please refer to YE website Leeds Met University 14 06 2012 18 00 58 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

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    committee members Mark Connor Regional Chair Read More Young Engineers Event CIBSE Membership and Low Carbon Consultant Accreditation With the upcoming deadline for CIBSE ACIBSE IEng MCIBSE CEng applications date of 01 August 2012 and the interest in gaining LCC accreditation becoming every increasing CIBSE YE Yorkshire is holding a joint membership evening to cover these areas on Thursday 17th May 2012 at AECOM Offices in Leeds Pearl Mensah Head of Membership for CIBSE will be covering the CIBSE application requirements for all grades and a member LCC Certification Department will be attending to go through the requirements and timescales for achieving LCC accreditation The membership session will start at 18 30 with the LCC session to follow on Tea coffee and biscuits will be provided from 18 00 Please confirm attendance at both the seminar and social event by emailing admin cibseyeyorkshire org uk See our website for further details www cibseyeyorkshire org uk If you are not already a member then join us at http www cibseyeyorkshire org uk join htm AECOM Offices Leeds 17 05 2012 18 00 00 Upcoming Events ThinkBIM BIM DfMA and the black art of MEP Old Broadcasting House 148 Woodhouse Lane Leeds

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  • CIBSE Yorkshire - The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region
    Derek Devereaux Vice Chair Mark Connor Hon Treasurer Stephen Goodhead Social Secretary Graham Hoyle Regional Almoner Geoffrey Byram YEN Representative David Parker Other Committee Members Kevin Chambers Colin Wilson Ben Chambers Abigail Hathaway Simon Owen Posts Vacant Volunteers welcome Hon Secretary Webmaster manages website in conjunction with service provider Mark Connor Programme Secretary Jill Hoggan Lighting Representative Regional Mentor Education and Training Officer champion Other Posts with no specific roles proposed not filled in recent years Professional review co ordinator Membership Officer champion Publicity communications Officer Hon Independant Examinar Region Buddy Technical Seminar Synopsis Following the AGM Bob Parker of Zehnder will give a presentation on Radiant Heating and cooling The main areas of coverage proposed are What is radiant heat How does it effect comfort levels Understanding resultant perceived temperature The basic concept radiant convective comparisons How do we make radiant panels Their performance and the applicable specifications How they deliver their performance Radiant reaction times Concept of use within our buildings Analysis of how radiant panels deliver their performance Using radiants in conjunction with low ceilings identifying bad practice Using controlling mass flow Design considerations and control considerations Radiant cooling Enhancing our projects Please RSVP derek devereaux arup com 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 free contributes towards your CPD and is open to members and non members so please feel free to forward to any non members colleagues who may find this talk of interest Further information on this and upcoming CIBSE events in the region is available on ourwebsite Please visit http www cibseyorkshire org for more details We have an interesting presentation on Enegy Futures next week in Sheffield so it would

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