|Date & Time:||May 22, 2019 5:30 pm|
An evening conference discussing ‘what makes a high performance building?’ to be held at the Institute of Physics’s new headquarters, a building designed to showcase technology and promote wellness itself while providing a highly sustainable building for the long term and to provide a basis to bring new generations into physics while renovating a derelict corner of Kings Cross.
The evening will feature speakers on designing a high performance building and workplace, and occupancy feedback in the recent BCO report on Improving Productivity in the Workplace.
5.30 – 6.00 tea, coffee and registration
6.00 – 8.00 presentations and discussion
8.00 – 10.00 drinks
There will also be an opportunity for tours of this imaginative and sustainable reworking of an existing terrace designed by architects Tate Hindle.
Chair: Sasha Krastanovic
John Edmondson: Introduction to the event and to the Institute of Physics Buildings
Emily Loquidis: Post occupancy satisfaction
Nichola Gillen: High performance workplaces
John O’Brien, LCMB: The recent BCO report IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY IN THE WORKPLACE Lessons learnt and insights from the Whole Life Performance Plus project.