BCO Midlands & East Anglia Research Launch: Wellness Matters

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The BCO is delighted to announce that its year-long study into health & wellbeing in offices was published in June this year. The research will be launched at a seminar in Birmingham on the 9th October, with two of the authors James Pack, Founder of Sentinel RPI, and Will Poole-Wilson, Founding Partner of Will & Partners, presenting key findings. The session will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

Start Date / Time 09 Oct 2018 17:00
End Date / Time 09 Oct 2018 19:30
Venue CBRE, 55 Temple Row, Birmingham B2 5LS
National No
Region Midlands and East Anglia
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes

Description

The project has adopted a unique approach by creating a strategic ‘roadmap’ to health & wellbeing in offices. Working with leading medical and academic experts the research has reviewed the existing evidence base of leading sustainability and health & wellbeing standards. The result is an outcome-focused framework against which these standards have been mapped. By doing so the study provides a concise point of reference for clients and their advisors as well as design and construction teams and sets out the best practice guidance for implementing and achieving health & wellbeing across the office life cycle. Refreshments will be provided, along with the chance to network with BCO members after the seminar.

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AGENDA


17.00 Registration & refreshments

17.30 Welcome and introduction from event chair

17.40 Pre-recorded videos from:

 

·         Professor Paul Cullinan, Imperial College London

·         Dr Sara De Matteis, Imperial College London

·         Derek Clements-Croome, Professor Emeritus in Architectural Engineering

 

17.55 Author presentations from:

 

·               James Pack, Founder, Sentinel RPI

·               Will Poole-Wilson, Founding Partner, Will & Partners


18.25 Panel discussion


·         John Alker, Director of Policy and Places, UK Green Building Council

·         Paul Chatwin, Associate, Cundall


18.35 Q&A

18.55 Networking & Refreshments

19.30 Close of event