BCO South West Seminar | Repositioning Workspaces: The Retrofit Revolution with UKGBC

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In the world of commercial real estate, the practice of retrofitting existing office buildings has emerged as being key to hitting NZC targets. With an increasing emphasis on environmental responsibility and energy efficiency, retrofitting offers an opportunity to not only upgrade infrastructure and enhance building performance but also to add value to the asset. This transformative process not only revitalises the physical environment but also responds to evolving needs and expectations of both tenants and employees. The UKGBC has recently released a comprehensive guide on Retrofit with a step-by-step process to reach the NZC goals.

Start Date / Time 04 Jun 2024 08:30
End Date / Time 04 Jun 2024 10:30
Venue JLL, 31 Great George Street, Bristol BS1 5QD
National No
Region South West England and South Wales
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes
Members Price FREE
Non-member Price £12.50 ex VAT (£15.00 inc VAT)

Description

Join us to hear directly from Tom Wigg of UKGBC and John Pirouet, one of the guide's technical authors. An expert panel will discuss the guide's content, conclusions, and the broader challenges of integrating modern technologies and amenities into existing structures without disruption. The panel will also delve into the logistical complexities and balancing act between innovation, budget constraints, and regulatory compliance in the retrofitting process.

Our panel discussion will be led by Cath Macpherson, BCO Judging Chair for Southern Region, our expert panel includes:
Amber Luscomb, Head of ESG at Oxygen Asset Management
Richard Clark, Partner and Chair of the Burges Salmon, Built Environment Sector Group
Toni Riddiford, Head of Workplace at Stride Treglown
John Pirouet, Technical contributor to the UKGBC Retrofit Guide and Associate Director of Building Performance at Hoare Lea

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Agenda

08.30 Registration & networking

09.15 Introduction & presentations

09.40 Panel discussion

10.10 Q&A

10.30 Event close