There is substantial evidence which demonstrates that both the design and the indoor environmental quality of an office impact on the productivity of its occupants.

Start Date / Time 29 Nov 2018 08:00
End Date / Time 29 Nov 2018 12:00
Venue Wedlake Bell, 71 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4AY
National No
Region London and the South East
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members No

Description

This seminar is dedicated to the impact of indoor environmental qualities on productivity. LCMB and Oxford Brookes University, together with their Consortium Partners (including the BCO) will discuss their findings on The Whole Life Performance Plus project, a research study supported by Innovate UK and the EPSRC.

The project has produced a productivity guide to help measure and improve workplace performance and productivity. The aim is for the tested solution to then be developed into a software-based platform that can dynamically control the indoor environmental conditions to maximise occupant productivity and comfort conditions, whilst minimising energy use and costs in commercial office environments.

Come and join us on 29th November at Wedlake Bell, London and participate in the thought-provoking debate and discussion.

This event is only available to members of BCO.

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In joint partnership with

WLP+           LCMB               Constructing Excellence              Oxford Brookes

 

 

AGENDA

08.00 Registration

08.30 Welcome from event Chair Helen Garthwaite, Partner, Wedlake Bell

08.40 Academic presentation from:

  • Rajat Gupta, Professor of Sustainable Architecture and Climate Change, Oxford Brookes University

 09.00 Presentations from consortium partners:

  • Ian Baker, Head of Workplace, EMCOR UK
  • Richard Kent, Associate Director Campus Operations, Health Faculties Estates & Facilities, King’s College London
  •  Steven Kellett, Sustainability Project Manager, Argent

09.30 Break

09.55 Presentation from LCMB:

  • John O’Brien, Founding Partner and Managing Director, LCMB

10.10 Panel & Q&A

10.30 Wrap-up from Constructing Excellence and BCO:

  • Professor Derek Clements Croome, Professor Emeritus at Reading University and Visiting Professor at Queen Marys University London
  • Alison Nicholl, Associate Director, Constructing Excellence

10.45 Event close