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UKCW Birmingham Seminar Programme 2022

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    • Sustainability Hub
10:45
  1. In May this year, the Environmental Audit Committee published its report on ‘Building to net zero: costing carbon in construction’. One of its biggest recommendations was that Government should introd ...
11:35
  1. Springfield Meadows is an award-winning project of 25 ‘climate positive’ zero carbon homes in Oxfordshire, built by Greencore Construction. Through the use of an offsite closed panel timber frame syst ...
12:25
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    Case studies: Energy efficient installations for EV charging, and a range of heating and ventilation innovations.
13:15
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    How do we increase the amount of timber in construction? As building offsite solutions in timber are gaining traction across the industry, what are the technical pressure points?  And is timber fire s ...
14:05
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    The increasing focus on healthy Buildings and interiors begs the question - what is the industry itself doing about its workforce's mental and physical health?
17:00
  1. Sustainability Hub
    60 mins
    Hosted by Constructing Excellence Midlands. A celebration of everything the UK’s Built Environment has to be proud of, as we look at the Diploma in Collaborative Working in Construction.
10:30
  1. Embodied carbon is one of the most requested topics for training and CPD among TDUK members. Architects, engineers, contractors, MMC providers, timber businesses and other specialists in the supply ch ...
11:20
  1. Mansion House - mixed use scheme urban splash house.
12:10
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    An assessment of the current market for green finance and ESG investment, what is working and what needs to be done to unlock significant funds.
13:00
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    Waste as a Building material resource is intimately entwined with issues of embodied carbon and the nitty gritty problems of energy expenditure to get at said materials. Is it better just to leave an ...
13:50
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    How does structural use of CLT  fit with the current UK market, and what are we hoping for from the regulations? Members of the Timber in Construction Government Working Group debate the issues.
14:40
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    round 250 million tonnes of aggregates are used each year in Great Britain, with 28% from recycled and secondary sources. Around 90 per cent of all aggregates are used by the construction industry. Wh ...
11:20
  1. The opening of a brand-new, mass timber-built Centre for Advanced Timber Technology at the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE) in Hereford is one of the most exciting new initia ...
12:10
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    Birmingham’s Municipal Bank is a prominent 1930s neo-classical building newly remodelled into The Exchange, a civic hub and an important city centre presence for the University of Birmingham. The Cent ...
13:00
  1. Sustainability Hub
    45 mins
    Is inflationary – and political - pressure about to derail the race to Net Zero?
13:50
  1. Sustainability Hub
    50 mins
    Where architecture, engineering and timber combine; myth busting and an exploration of ambitious ideas and best practice - using Westonbirt arboretum shelter as a case study.
14:40
  1. Sustainability Hub
    50 mins
    Households account for 27% of the UK’s total energy use. Household water use is 150 litres of water per person per day. Innovating household products to improve environmental performance is critical f ...
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