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Future Thinking Seminars

Join us for the latest series of Future Thinking seminars, designed especially for building services consultants.

Future Thinking Series 8

2018 signals step changes in the construction sector – including the publication of updates to the BREEAM UK New Construction 2018 and F-Gas regulations, which demand a further 44% reduction in HFC quotas in 2018.

Both will have a major impact on our industry in the next few months. So lead the way by gaining insights into the latest techniques that will drive the development of our future built environments.

You’ll gain CPD points, as well as getting the opportunity contribute to the consultation on the draft BREEAM UK New Construction 2018 standard and hear about the longer-term plans for BREEAM. So join us at a FutureThinking seminar near you.

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Thursday 12th October

Mercure Nottingham City Centre

2 George Street

Nottingham 

NG1 3BP

18.00     Registration/Coffee and Teas

18.30     Welcome and introduction

18.40     David Leonard, BRE

19.20     Graham Wright, Daikin UK

19.50     Q&A Session

20.00     Networking session / Hot fork buffet and drinks

21.30     Seminar ends

David Leonard, BRE 

David is a Chartered Environmentalist with 10 years’ experience in the field of sustainable buildings. In his current role as manager for BREEAM New Construction, David is responsible for leading a team of sustainability experts maintaining and operating BREEAM schemes globally, thereby influencing sustainability on thousands of new build projects. He has represented BREEAM at industry events and delivered training courses in countries around the world including Canada, Korea and Russia. David has been recognised in Building Magazine’s ‘Rising Stars of Sustainability’ and recently participated in the UK Green Building Council’s Future Leaders programme. He is also a Full Member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment.

Graham Wright

Graham Wright is Daikin UK’s Legislation Specialist and became President of HEVAC in July 2014. Graham is a mechanical engineer who has worked in the air conditioning industry for 30 years. He has project managed some of the largest chiller projects in London and worked in product marketing and engineering across Europe for 3 major AC manufactures. Graham is currently responsible for reviewing existing and pending EU and UK legislation appertaining to the heating air conditioning sector, specifically in Part L, BREEAM, and EN standards complete with the associated legal requirements within the industry.

He also participates in industry groups with FETA, Heat Pump Association, BEMA, MPC, MCS, and HHIC. As well as being President of HEVAC, Graham also Chairs FETA AC Technical Committee, BESCA Board, and Micro Power Council Quality and Skills group.

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Tuesday 17th October

The Mercure Holland House Hotel

Redcliffe Hill

BS1 6SQ 

Bristol

18.00     Registration/Coffee and Teas

18.30     Welcome and introduction

18.40     Charlotte Hardy, BRE

19.20     Graham Wright, Daikin UK

19.50     Q&A Session

20.00     Networking session / Hot fork buffet and drinks

21.30     Seminar ends

Charlotte Hardy, BRE 

Charlotte has worked at BRE for over 10 years in several areas of the business, developing a broad knowledge of the construction industry and sustainability issues. In this time, she has worked with the Department for Communities and Local Government managing the Code for Sustainable Homes contract, then more recently with the Department of Health and the devolved healthcare administrations on BREEAM Healthcare. Through secondment to the UK Green Building Council in 2014/15, Charlotte led a key industry report on Green Infrastructure. In her current role, Charlotte manages the BREEAM UK New Construction scheme, responsible for its continued development and operation. She has a keen interest in the sustainable built environment and proactively keeps abreast of innovation and best practice in the industry.

Graham Wright

Graham Wright is Daikin UK’s Legislation Specialist and became President of HEVAC in July 2014. Graham is a mechanical engineer who has worked in the air conditioning industry for 30 years. He has project managed some of the largest chiller projects in London and worked in product marketing and engineering across Europe for 3 major AC manufactures. Graham is currently responsible for reviewing existing and pending EU and UK legislation appertaining to the heating air conditioning sector, specifically in Part L, BREEAM, and EN standards complete with the associated legal requirements within the industry.

He also participates in industry groups with FETA, Heat Pump Association, BEMA, MPC, MCS, and HHIC. As well as being President of HEVAC, Graham also Chairs FETA AC Technical Committee, BESCA Board, and Micro Power Council Quality and Skills group.

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Wednesday 13th October

DoubleTree by Hilton Southampton

Bracken Place

Chilworth

Southampton

SO16 3RB

18.00     Registration/Coffee and Teas

18.30     Welcome and introduction

18.40     Charlotte Hardy, BRE

19.20     Graham Wright, Daikin UK

19.50     Q&A Session

20.00     Networking session / Hot fork buffet and drinks

21.30     Seminar ends

Charlotte Hardy, BRE 

Charlotte has worked at BRE for over 10 years in several areas of the business, developing a broad knowledge of the construction industry and sustainability issues. In this time, she has worked with the Department for Communities and Local Government managing the Code for Sustainable Homes contract, then more recently with the Department of Health and the devolved healthcare administrations on BREEAM Healthcare. Through secondment to the UK Green Building Council in 2014/15, Charlotte led a key industry report on Green Infrastructure. In her current role, Charlotte manages the BREEAM UK New Construction scheme, responsible for its continued development and operation. She has a keen interest in the sustainable built environment and proactively keeps abreast of innovation and best practice in the industry. 

Graham Wright

Graham Wright is Daikin UK’s Legislation Specialist and became President of HEVAC in July 2014. Graham is a mechanical engineer who has worked in the air conditioning industry for 30 years. He has project managed some of the largest chiller projects in London and worked in product marketing and engineering across Europe for 3 major AC manufactures. Graham is currently responsible for reviewing existing and pending EU and UK legislation appertaining to the heating air conditioning sector, specifically in Part L, BREEAM, and EN standards complete with the associated legal requirements within the industry.

He also participates in industry groups with FETA, Heat Pump Association, BEMA, MPC, MCS, and HHIC. As well as being President of HEVAC, Graham also Chairs FETA AC Technical Committee, BESCA Board, and Micro Power Council Quality and Skills group.

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Thursday 14th October

Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff

Meridian Gate

Bute Terrace

Cardiff

CF10 2FL

18.00     Registration/Coffee and Teas

18.30     Welcome and introduction

18.40     Charlotte Hardy, BRE

19.20     Graham Wright, Daikin UK

19.50     Q&A Session

20.00     Networking session / Hot fork buffet and drinks

21.30     Seminar ends

Charlotte Hardy, BRE 

Charlotte has worked at BRE for over 10 years in several areas of the business, developing a broad knowledge of the construction industry and sustainability issues. In this time, she has worked with the Department for Communities and Local Government managing the Code for Sustainable Homes contract, then more recently with the Department of Health and the devolved healthcare administrations on BREEAM Healthcare. Through secondment to the UK Green Building Council in 2014/15, Charlotte led a key industry report on Green Infrastructure. In her current role, Charlotte manages the BREEAM UK New Construction scheme, responsible for its continued development and operation. She has a keen interest in the sustainable built environment and proactively keeps abreast of innovation and best practice in the industry. 

Graham Wright

Graham Wright is Daikin UK’s Legislation Specialist and became President of HEVAC in July 2014. Graham is a mechanical engineer who has worked in the air conditioning industry for 30 years. He has project managed some of the largest chiller projects in London and worked in product marketing and engineering across Europe for 3 major AC manufactures. Graham is currently responsible for reviewing existing and pending EU and UK legislation appertaining to the heating air conditioning sector, specifically in Part L, BREEAM, and EN standards complete with the associated legal requirements within the industry.

He also participates in industry groups with FETA, Heat Pump Association, BEMA, MPC, MCS, and HHIC. As well as being President of HEVAC, Graham also Chairs FETA AC Technical Committee, BESCA Board, and Micro Power Council Quality and Skills group.