Start Date / Time 05 Jun 2018 08:00
End Date / Time 05 Jun 2018 10:00
Venue CBRE, Henrietta House Henrietta Place, London W1G 0NB
National No
Region London and the South East
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes


The growth in the application of technology in buildings has the potential to provide significant benefits in the form of improved space utilisation, greater flexibility to suit tenant requirements, increased staff productivity, reduced running costs through reduction in energy use and improved sustainability through energy efficiency. The BCO study on Fast & Slow buildings examines how the use of digital technology might improve the responsiveness of buildings. It focuses particularly on the relationship between digital solutions and the approach to environmental control systems in buildings and outlines the key considerations for base build specification. Join us to hear about the findings of the research, participate in the discussion and to enjoy networking with your fellow BCO members after the presentation.

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08.00 Registration

08.30 Welcome and introduction from event chair, Mike Gedye, CBRE

08.40 Presentation from report author:

  • Dan Cash, Max Fordham

09.05 Panel discussion and Q&A, joined by:

  • Nigel Miller, cordless
  • Zahir Bocas, CBRE

09.30 Event close