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Welcome to the CIBSE Conference & Exhibition

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Performance. Inspiration. Aspiration – The 2016 CIBSE Conference & Exhibition will deliver on all accounts. This leading UK event examines the design, delivery and operation of low energy, cost-effective, buildings which perform.

Shaped by a multi-disciplinary advisory committee, conference sessions over the two days will explore the following themes:

  • Outlook for Building Performance
  • Digital Engineering & Building Services
  • Achieving Performance In Use
  • Air Quality: Impact on Health & Wellbeing
  • Collaboration for Better Performance
  • Refurb + Retrofit
  • Innovation in Buildings

With 40+ respected industry speakers participating, the confernce programme will embrace:

  • PERFORMANCE – Dynamic debates and succinct presentations pledge great takeaways for delegates to apply to their projects.
  • INSPIRATION – Insight from collaborative case studies on how best to deliver and maintain buildings that perform well
  • ASPIRATION – Progressive thinking on what the future of building design, construction, maintenance and FM could look like

The conference and exhibition is the professional gathering for everyone concerned with efficient and healthy buildings. New for 2016 will be a bigger exhibition area, broader conference programme plus more CIBSE CPD content for visitors to the exhibition. The Exhibition is FREE to ALL visitors and delegates and includes specialist CIBSE CPD presentations which are also free to attend.

Highlights from the 2015 event

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Inspiration is key theme at CIBSE Conference

Inspiration is key theme at CIBSE Conference

Performance, Inspiration and Aspiration are the keywords behind the 2016 Building Performance Conference and Exhibition, organised by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) as it officially launches this year’s programme. Following on from CIBSE President John Field’s promise to inspire engineers to ‘talk the talk’ and fight for their place at the heart of modern life, this Conference Continue Reading »
Conference Sneak Preview – Anniversary Interviews

Conference Sneak Preview – Anniversary Interviews

The CIBSE Conference and Exhibition will inform and inspire building services professionals including consultants, designers, facilities managers and engineers, and offer up to 10 hours of CIBSE CPD. On the first day of the conference 17 November 2016, we are delighted to have a very special interview between Patrick Bellew (left image) and Max Fordham (right image) on their visions of our future built environment, start the Continue Reading »
The Digital Engineer

The Digital Engineer

Bored with BIM? For all the potential that the technology holds, it’s something that industry professionals are finding hard to get excited about. CIBSE BIM Consultant Carl Collins writes for us this week about how we can fall back in love with data. Be honest: How many people do you know that are actually excited about BIM these days? It Continue Reading »
Behavioural Issues

Behavioural Issues

Six months on from the second annual CIBSE Building Performance Conference and Exhibition, CIBSE Head of Sustainability Sara Kassam revisits one of the key topics from the two days: The ‘Built for Living’ panel. In this blog, she looks at the findings of the talk on well-being Behavioural issues and their impact on the design of the built environment are Continue Reading »
F-words

F-words

The EU’s F-gas regulations are aimed at limiting their application and consequent emissions. Mike Nankivell, Chairman of the ACRIB F-gas group, gave a presentation on the latest update to the F-gas regulations at the recent CIBSE Building Performance Conference. Here he summarises the potential impacts of the latest revisions. Although a year has passed since the government introduced tighter regulations Continue Reading »
Occupant behaviour is a key driver of building performance

Occupant behaviour is a key driver of building performance

Posted: 04 November 2015 The influence of occupant behaviour on building performance was explored by psychologists and specialists in building use and adaptation on the second day of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineer’s (CIBSE) Conference and Exhibition. Rhiannon Cocoran, Professor of Psychology at the University of Liverpool, spoke about how buildings can be adapted to encourage occupants to Continue Reading »
Security tops bill at CIBSE Conference

Security tops bill at CIBSE Conference

Posted: 03 November 2015 The opening day of CIBSE’s Building Performance Conference and Exhibition was dominated by talks on security, as some of the UK’s top engineers grappled with the issue. The key findings from the sessions focussed on treating security as a people problem as well as a technology problem; businesses in future need to think hard about who Continue Reading »
Peer confirmed as opening speaker at CIBSE conference

Peer confirmed as opening speaker at CIBSE conference

Posted: 10 September 2015 Lord Deben, the chairman of the Lords Committee on Climate Change, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers’ Conference and Exhibition in November. The Rt. Hon John Gummer, Lord Deben, will open the first day of the Conference on Tuesday 3 November with a speech that will welcome Continue Reading »
Boosting building performance through co-operation at CIBSE Conference

Boosting building performance through co-operation at CIBSE Conference

15 August 2015 ‘Working Together for Resilient, Efficient and Healthy Buildings’ is the theme for this year’s Building Performance Conference, as the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers releases the full programme of events for the first time today. The Conference, due to be held on 3 and 4 November at the QEII Centre in Westminster, is a chance for key Continue Reading »

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