25
May


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When
  • 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • 25 May 2016
Where
  • Christchurch Civic Building
  • Level 1, Function Room, 53 Hereford Street
  • Christchurch
Price (exclusive of GST)
  • $0.00 for members
  • $60.00 for non-members

The Green Room - Christchurch

The Green Room Series is back in 2016. Come along and get an insight into the latest thinking, technologies and tools for building green.

This evening was all about fresh thinking and peer-to-peer inspiration, we heard news and views from leading industry experts, and networked with them too.

Waste Not, Want Not: Water recycling at the Oceanwide Centre, San Francisco

Karl Wakelin, Associate at Stephenson &Turner NZ, was part of the Green Building team and LEED Consultant on the two million square foot Oceanwide Centre in San Francisco. As part of this he managed the incorporation of innovative greywater recycling. Karl told us about the project, challenges faced and broke down some of the barriers to non-potable water reuse in buildings. He also touched on case studies of different building types that resulted in alternative solutions for reusing water harvested onsite. View his bio.

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How closing the loop between design & build improved Te Puni Kokiri’s performance

Patrick Arnold, Director at eCubed gave an overview on how the integrated design process improved the performance of the iconic 1940s Te Puni Kokiri House. Retrofitted and rated 5 Green Star Office Built and an ‘excellent’ 4 star NABERSNZ rating, it also helped improve staff satisfaction. Patrick covered the process, benefits to owner and tenant - as well as challenges and lessons learned. View his bio. See his presentation


London’s iconic City Hall

Bruce Curtain, National Technical Director – Architecture for Opus Architecture told us more about the City Hall in London (building image in banner above). Bruce worked on this landmark building when he worked for Foster + Partners, one of Britain's leading architects. This unusually shaped building has strong sustainable design principles; photovoltaics provide power and the building’s cooling system utilises ground water pumped up via boreholes. Offices are also naturally ventilated, and it only uses a quarter of the energy consumed by a typical air-conditioned office building in London. Bruce shared compelling insights and gave an overview on the lessons learned. View his bio.


Accredited for:

20 CPD points by the New Zealand Registered of Architects Board (NZRAB)

3.00 CPD points by the Architectural Designers New Zealand (ADNZ)


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Series Sponsors

  • Resene Paints Limited
  • Forman Building Systems
Venue Sponsor
  • Christchurch City Council