We are pleased to announce our Autumn programme of webinars running on Fridays @1:00pm.
11th September Shaun Fitzgerald Royal Academy of Engineering, Visiting Professor in Sustainable Buildings, University of Cambridge, Member of the Environmental Working Group of SAGE. Shaun will be discussing low energy ventilation and the benefits of providing more fresh air if possible to reduce risks associated with SARS-C-V-2 transmission.
18th September Laura Jones discussing School Design post covid. The last 150 years of school building design in the UK has been chequered…some moments of genius and some of disaster. With the construction industry grappling with what the Covid-19 pandemic means for future school buildings, this webinar will questions what the direct, and indirect, implications of the crisis might be on the way we design school buildings…and whether some historic examples can provide some inspiration.
9th October James Clarke, Division Director, Learniture will be discussing school furniture and how can furniture impact on outcomes within schools and is there anything we need to alter as a result of the pandemic?
Webinars are free and only available to SPACES members. For more information and to book your place see our events calendar. NB To receive the invite you must register through the SPACES website.
Previous webinars have been videoed and the links are available to members by logging into their account and going to the information suite.
Information and tickets
Tuesday 22 September 2020@3:00pm.
SPACES members are invited by CIBSE HCNE to a webinar on The Role of Green Gas in the Decarbonisation of Heat by Vailliant. For more information and to book your place see eventbrite.
Annual General Meeting
Thursday 1st October @12:30pm
For information, to register your wish to attend or send your apologies, please see our website.
We are still looking for people to get involved with SPACES.
NB Registration will close at midday on Wednesday 30th September 2020, to allow time to send the joining instructions out.