Scott Brownrigg are skilled at creating inspiring learning environments that help to enrich lives. Reinforcing our work within this area we’ll be sponsoring Education Buildings Wales, and leading and participating in a number of talks and workshops cross the two day event which takes place at Cardiff University on 19-20 June. Visit us on stand 01.
As part of the Advisory Group that creates the event programme, we’ve helped to ensure that the conference addresses both the strategic issues and day-to-day challenges facing education built environment professionals responsible for funding, designing, building, managing and maintaining schools, colleges and universities across Wales.
As part of the programme Scott Brownrigg will be participating in the following:
Round Table: Why are workplaces evolving and learning spaces aren’t? Hosted by Space Zero.
Wed 19 June 2019, 09.30
Sam Utting, Associate, Scott Brownrigg will be participating in this round table discussion.
Workshop: BIM in Everyday Life
Wed 19 June 2019, 14.00
Led by Ana Matic, Director of Digital Development, Scott Brownrigg, and Jason Burke, Associate, ARUP
Department of Education are using terms like ‘Digital Twin’ and ‘Intelligent Environments’ – but what does this really mean for building users and those who procure construction of buildings?
How is ‘BIM’ already changing our lives on a day-to-day basis?
Analysis: Successfully Delivering Energy Targets in Real World Schools
Wed 19 June 2019, 14.00
Chaired by Oliver Thomas, Project Director, Scott Brownrigg.
Speakers: Jim Tebbutt, Bid Director, Galliford Try; Alan Fogarty, Partner, Cundall; Peter Hazzard, Associate Director, Cundall.
An in depth analysis of the successful implementation of a new schools energy strategy through design, operation, reporting and energy management.
Workshop: Integration of Welsh Government Energy Requirements through design
Wed 19 June 2019, 15.45
Chaired by Sara Humber, 21st Century Schools MIM Programme Director, Welsh Government.
Speakers: Simon Hatherley, Sustainability Architect, Scott Brownrigg; Simon Wareing, Director, Gleeds Management Services; Alan Fogarty, Partner, Cundall; Jim Tebbutt, Bid Director, Galliford Try.
The workshop will concentrate on the Welsh Government focus on Sustainability Targets and achieving them.
Our Associate Lee Griffiths will also be hosting a Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) networking breakfast on the morning of Thursday 20 June at the University from 8.30.
We’ll also be co-hosting a table with Gleeds at the Education Buildings Wales Awards in the evening of Wednesday 19 June.