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The Client, the Contractor and the Supplier: choosing the right ventilation system for your project – Online

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Part 3 of our 3-part Ventilation Series
Part 1: The Importance of Ventilation in Buildings (Level 1): 8 February 2022, 16:00 - 18:00
Part 2: The Importance of Ventilation in Buildings: in depth (Level 2): 22 February 2022, 16:00 - 18:00

 

About the session

This two-hour online training session will feature perspectives of the client, contractor and supplier: a case study of MVHR installation into an existing building, a contractor’s perspective on MVHR and focus on Demand Control Ventilation systems and post occupancy reports.

Some nine years on from the installation of an MVHR installation in his Bristol retrofit, owner and building researcher Ian Mawditt shares his views on the different aspects of the installation. Ian will give a brief overview of the whole build and then specifically why he chose an MVHR ventilation system rather than other options. He will talk briefly about the design process and the pros and cons of installing MVHR into an existing building.

Builder/contractor Ben East will present the contractor's perspective on MVHR: best practice, what to do and what to avoid.

Finally, Vince House of Aereco will talk about Demand Control Ventilation systems as well as post occupancy data and results from the Thamesmead project that he was involved with. The work carried out at the Thamesmead estate in London featured successful implementation of a ground breaking and award-winning Condensation, Damp and Mould (CD&M) Strategy devised by Dr Peter Rickaby.

This training session will have Q&A breaks to allow participants to ask questions of the speakers.

About the Ventilation Series

This seminar is part of a series of 3 events on Ventilation, with the first session (Level 1) taking place on 8 February 2022 and the more in depth session (Level 2) taking place on 22 February 2022. This final session features the perspectives of the client, contractor and supplier.

This final session can be booked alongside the first two, or as a separate standalone session.

Special offers

  • 342 offer: book 3 places on this course for the price of 2

About the Trainers

Ben East, Earthwise Construction Ltd

Ben East is a director of Earthwise Construction Ltd, a sustainable construction company based in Bristol specialising in timber frame, Passive House construction, MVHR & DCV systems. Earthwise Construction was born in 2006 out of the Earthship Brighton project with a view to building more sustainably.

Ben has a background in carpentry and holds an MSC (with Distinction) from CAT in Advanced Energy & Environmental Studies and is a certified Passive House Tradesperson.

Vince House, UK Sales and Operations Manager, Aereco limited

Vince has been in the heating and ventilation industry for 20 years, this time has been split between manufacturers and contractors, giving a good balance of experience of the supply chain and delivery side.

Vince has been working predominantly within the social housing sector for the last 11 years, he is passionate about energy efficiency, and delivering a quality end product.

 

 

Ian Mawditt, Four Walls

Ian is a building researcher, specialising in the field of building performance in relation to occupant comfort and indoor air quality. Since 2008, He has been a senior member of the technical team supporting the governments of England and Wales in developing amendments to their respective Building Regulations. Ian is technical lead for Part F (ventilation) and technical author for Part L for dwellings in relation to airtightness, standards for thermal elements, and improving levels of compliance.

Ian is routinely involved in building research programmes, many of which are delivered for national government (BEIS and MHCLG), and for organisations such as AECOM, Energy Saving Trust, the Sustainable and Traditional Buildings Alliance, NHBC Foundation, and the former Zero Carbon Hub. In previous roles, he was appointed by Innovate UK as an expert evaluator under the £8M Building Performance Evaluation programme and provided technical guidance for the £17M Retrofit for the Future programme. Ian is co-chair of the technical working group for ventilation and indoor air quality at the UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings, and is a member of the Retrofit Standards Task Group.

When
March 8th, 2022 16:00 through 18:00
Event Fee(s)
Members of The Green Register (this event only) £25.00
Non-Members (this event only) £35.00
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