This series will demonstrate the power of measuring in order to manage both risks and benefits, especially in light
of covid-19. We will hear about the significance of the indoor environment, how its quality links to productivity in commercial settings and wellbeing in all setting, as well as the serious health threats in a mismanaged environment.
Our speakers present the case for measuring and monitoring for the good of occupant health and wellbeing. Methodologies and strategies will be explored, alongside the motivation of clients and occupants.
Please return to this page for up-to-date details of the seminar series.
Monday, 5th October, 4.30-5.45pm
Series launch – What do we need to measure for a healthy, comfortable environment that supports good wellbeing? Why?
- Dr Marcella Ucci, UCL – overview of the science and most significant health motivations
- Julie Godefroy, CIBSE – overview of interaction between indoor environment and human health and well-being, and CIBSE TM40; Covid-19 update to guidance
- Panelists – discussion on the challenges of what to measure, especially regarding domestic settings.
Monday, 19th October, 4.30-5.30pm
Measuring for health and wellbeing in non-domestic buildings
- Harriet McKerrow, Arup – WELL Standard, the BUS Methodology
- Dr Esfandiar Burman, UCL – total building performance.
Monday, 16th November, 4.30-5.30pm
Measuring for health and wellbeing in domestic buildings
To include motivation of the client, POE methodologies, and kit.
Monday, 30th November, 4.30-5.30pm
Retrofit and measured health and wellbeing
To include benefits of retrofit for occupants, client motivation and significance for adaptation.
Whole series ticket (4 sessions)
- BPN members – £30 + VAT
- Members of partner organisations* – £50 + VAT
- General admittance – £75 + VAT
Individual session ticket
- BPN members – £10 + VAT
- Members of partner organisations* – £15 + VAT
- General admittance – £25 + VAT
* Partner organisations include GHA, PHT, ASBP, STBA, RIBA Sustainable Futures Group, CIBSE, UKIEG.
Date: 05/10/2020 - 30/11/2020
Time: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm