Futurebuild is the evolution of ecobuild, the new name and identity is a reaffirmation of the event’s commitment to championing true innovation and sustainability across the built environment.

The 2019 event is focused on showcasing the latest innovations, products and materials and sharing unrivalled insights to help you tackle the biggest challenges facing our industry, and beyond, head on.

Good Homes Alliance at Futurebuild 2019…

EXHIBITION

GHA will be exhibiting on stand no. B142 throughout the show in the new Knowledge Forum alongside our members and partners such as ASBP, Bioregional, BRE and CIBSE.

SEMINARS

Beyond zero carbon homes – 5 March, 10:30-11:40, Energy Hub

Led by GHA Chair Lynne Sullivan OBE, an expert panel consisting of Adam Mactavish (Currie & Brown), Nicola Lazarus (Bioregional) and Tom Dollard (PTEa) will discuss the latest policies and initiatives for zero carbon housing.

Designing out the risks of overheating – 6 March, 10:30-11:40, Buildings Hub

The summer of 2018 was one of the hottest on record, and temperatures are set to rise, especially in cities. Many factors contribute to overheating risk in new or refurbished buildings including: high proportions of glazing; thermally insulating and single-aspect designs; community heating systems; and inadequate ventilation strategies. The health and wellbeing impacts of overheating can be significant, especially for vulnerable residents. This session will explore the latest thinking and best practice approaches.

Chair: Lynne Sullivan, OBE, Principal LSA Studio, Chair Good Homes Alliance, Member of the Green Construction Board

Panel:

GHA overheating research project update – 6 March, 13:30-14:00, Knowledge Forum

An update on the tools and guidance developed during our latest overheating research project, led by Julie Godefroy (Julie Godefroy Sustainability/CIBSE) and Suzie Diamond (Inkling).

Whole life carbon – 7 March, 10:30-11:40, Knowledge Forum

A session co-hosted by the GHA and the built environment think tank, the Edge, on the importance of assessing and measuring whole life carbon in buildings.

At Futurebuild 2019 you will find…

  • Product and material inspiration from over 500 of the industry’s leading exhibitors
  • Many new pavilions and feature builds including; The Innovation Zone delivered by BEIS and in conjunction with Innovate UK, ZEDfactory LivShare, RIBA Marketplace designed by Gundry + Ducker, Circular Economy Hub, Concrete Futures, Made In Britain, Vision@Futurebuild, ICE Refill Station and many more!
  • Innovation Zone Business Bar, providing 1-to-1 bookable sessions to support and inform on how to develop your innovative ideas to access future funding and innovation support. A collection of experts in innovation support include; the Knowledge Transfer Network, Energy Systems Catapult, Ministry of Housing, Construction Leadership Council and more
  • Three levels of CPD accredited educational content for free – macro debates, case study driven seminars and deep-dive workshops
  • The ecobuild conference with the theme of Time for Action
  • Industry leading speakers such as; Simon Lewis, University College London, Julia Barrett, Willmott Dixon, Paul Chatterton, University of Leeds, Myles Allen, Leader Climate Research Programme, Emma Howard Boyd, Environment Agency and Kirsten Henson, KLH Sustainability
  • Case study driven seminars providing the latest thinking on the themes of buildings, energy, interiors, materials, offsite, urban infrastructure, waste and the circular economy, and the future vision of London
  • Deep dive workshops providing in-depth knowledge by the industry’s leading partners and institutions, including BRE, CCS, CITB, BIM4M2, mindful Materials and Let’s Talk Specification in the new Knowledge Forum

All content at Futurebuild is CPD accredited and free to attend – get your free ticket today.

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GHA at Futurebuild 2019

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