Building performance evaluation has a reputation of being longwinded, intrusive and complicated. Established techniques often require residents to vacate a property, that tests are done over several weeks at a certain times of the year and involve convoluted equipment set-ups.
But does it have to be like this?
Technology and methods of assessment have changed significantly in the past decade. We now have new methods to rapidly assess building fabric, a proliferation of low-cost devices that can collect data about indoor environments, consumer level platforms for seeing performance data and, excitingly, new facilities that can recreate a wide variety of weather conditions so we can investigate how assets and product perform in a controlled environment.
In this seminar, we will focus on the use of digital building performance evaluation in the construction phase of a building’s lifecycle. Our speakers will demonstrate and discuss the art of the possible, helping housing clients and BPE practitioners to understand the art of the possible, developing better skills, better processes and achieve better outcomes.
15:00 Opening – George Martin, BPN
15:10 Are we more digital? What has changed in the last 10 years – William Box, Carnego Systems
15: 25 Energy House 2.0 Rapid Assessment of Whole House Performance – Prof Richard Fitton, University of Salford
15:40 New technology solutions to age old measurement needs – Luke Smith, Build Test Solutions
15:55 What rapid technology testing means for a major house builder – Doug Drewniak, Willmott Dixon
16:10 Rapid testing: Portascanner Airtight 520 – Bernard Hornung and Daniel Dobrowolski, Coltraco Ultrasonics
16:25 On-construction BPE Q&A / panel session
16:45 Closing remarks
Please visit our EventBrite page to book your place: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/delivering-domestic-bpe-in-a-digital-data-driven-world-on-construction-tickets-414131206587
BPN Members: FREE!
Partner* Members: £15+VAT
*our partners are GHA, WoodKnowledge Wales, PHT, ASBP, STBA, SuperHomes, AECB
Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm