Training Day 2: Informing Changes
Date: 24th May, 2017
Location: Tuffin Ferraby Taylor LLP, 18 Holborn, London EC1N 2LE
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This workshop will cover how to interrogate energy and carbon data in order to extract insight and instigate change. Delegates will learn how to use the information to inform the design process, the construction process or to adjust the use of an occupied building.
Delegates should have an understanding of energy consumption in buildings. If delegates have had no previous experience with energy consumption on a project, they should attend Training Day 1 as a precursor.
- BIM coordinators
- Local Authority
- Structural Engineers
- Quantity Surveyors
- Sustainability professionals
- Facilities Managers
- Building Services Engineers
- Understand the legislative landscape
- Understand the portfolio of incentives, compliance and certification methods and the differences between them
- Understand the relative merits and differences between asset ratings vs. in-use energy data (i.e. performance gap)
- Understand the importance of data accuracy , interrogation and reconciliation
- Be able to analyse building energy consumption data in order to understand the performance and suggest useful interventions (Long-term monitoring to identify trends in energy use and profiles. Seasonal variance)
- Have the ability to create benchmarks and use them to inform decisions – appropriate benchmarking
- Understand the range of energy tools on offer
- Understand the needs of occupants and how to find the balance between local and automatic control
- Understand which areas of energy use can be controlled or influenced by which role. i.e. can architects and engineers just control the asset rating or can they also affect how the building is used once occupied?
- Effectively communicate energy data and analysis to the relevant personnel
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