Kingspan

Looking Towards a Net-Zero Future with Kingspan

  • 27 Feb 2020

Next month, Kingspan Insulation is inviting you to a free seminar series, featuring industry experts discussing how our built environment is changing in response to the climate crisis, whilst also exploring the long-term financial returns developers can achieve by investing in leading building fabric solutions.

The Building Efficiency seminars venues

 – Lords Cricket Ground, London (11 March)
 – Old Trafford Football Ground, Manchester (25 March)
 – The Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh (31 March)

The guest speaker programme includes

 – John Palmer – Passivhaus Trust
 – Paul Ashford and Tobias Parker, Anthesis-Caleb: Importance of the Built Environment in the Battle Against Climate Change
 – Julian Venus, Aquarian Cladding: Traditional Brick Facades using Modern Methods of Construction
 – Jess Ralston and Scott Blance, Sustainable Energy Association: Decarbonising Non-Domestic Buildings: Wrap then Heat

NOTE: not all speakers will be attending all events.

Adam Mactavish from leading consultants, Currie & Brown, will also be presenting detailed research assessing how the thermal performance of wall insulation can impact floor space within commercial and domestic buildings, quantifying the real value of additional rentable floor space.

Places are strictly limited so book now to avoid disappointment

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