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You are invited to join The Green Register and The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP) for an afternoon of talks, good debate, networking opportunities and drinks reception.
Join us to learn about:
A new job has opened up at one of our members- Haworth Tompkins - in London.
Haworth and Tompkins has a strong reputation for work in the cultural, urban regeneration, educational and residential sectors. The team puts enormous effort into understanding a building’s context and the needs of its users, a process which often yields original or unconventional solutions.
'All you need to know about thermal insulation', the guide was designed as a simple design tool. Clear and visual to help people understand one of the construction industries most complex materials.
The guide is the first in a series, produced by MaterialHive which was set up in 2017 by designer Jamie Keats to provide quality impartial information about building products.
Access the guide here: http://bit.ly/30fRW2j , and have a read to why he made it below!
Green Register members can benefit from the reduced partner rate at the upcoming ASBP Event.
Embodied Carbon – Updated ICE Database and RICS Building Carbon Database
The event is on 30th May, 4-7:30pm at RICS HQ and we’ll also have Simon Sturgis speaking on RICS/RIBA WLC guidance, Prof. Geoff Hammond from UoBath (created the ICE database with Craig) and talks from Heathrow, Environment Agency and RSSB who have helped fund the update for the ICE database.
Partner rate of just £15.
The Green Register is seeking a part time Project Manager to work with our team on the Futureproof initiative.
The Green Register, working with Bristol based Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE), has been funded by BEIS to deliver sustainable retrofit training for builders and small contractors in the West of England.