Building Better Buildings - Hull

Free BPE Event in Hull
Tuesday 1 December, 2015
Guildhall, Hull

Lunch and refreshments provided. 

The event, in collaboration with Innovate UK and a number of leading industry partners, identify and explain the premise behind the Performance Gap in homes and highlight the latest learning from a number of domestic and non-domestic Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) projects.

Join us on this full day event and hear an array of excellent speakers discussing cutting edge research findings on building performance. Refreshments and a networking lunch will be provided.

To book your place, please click HERE.

For further enquiries, please email info@zerocarbonhub.org with the subject line ‘Hull BPE Event'

More information on the BPE Programme can be found here

The Agenda

Venue

Rob Pannell
Rob Pannell

Rob Pannell is the Managing Director of the Zero Carbon Hub, a role to which he brings a wide range of knowledge regarding sustainability, innovations, technology prototypes, trials and solutions. This knowledge is a crucial asset for both the Hub and government, with Rob working closely with ministers and senior civil servants to advise on zero carbon policy and the 2016 target.

Prior to joining the Zero Carbon Hub, Rob was a senior figure in the construction industry with over 35 years of experience with Taylor Wimpey UK Ltd. where he held a series of senior level roles, most recently as UK Director of Production (construction and design). Within this position Rob investigated and established a cost base and technical compliance of practical renewable energy and building fabric solutions to meet the various UK government policies.

Mat Colmer
Mat Colmer

Lead Technologist for Built Environment

Mat is a specialist in building performance assessment research and has spent the last 8 years leading large-scale projects that investigate the performance of buildings and their systems.

Since May 2011 Mat has been working with Innovate UK within the Built Environment team. Mat’s specific responsibility is for the £8m Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) programme, which is assembling a substantial body of data for many building types and drawing conclusions on strategies to achieve desired performance.

Prior to being with Innovate UK, Mat was Head of Technology at the Energy Saving Trust leading on the their housing and technology field trial activities, including managing the delivery of the Retrofit for the Future programme on behalf of Innovate UK.

Mat has a Masters in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and is an active member of many industry working groups where he uses his wide knowledge of issues relating to the performance gap to inform and affect change. His interests in the root causes of poor performance in buildings and associated challenges to sustainability come from over 15 years of working in the built environment sector.

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Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA

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