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The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) will host a major new conference and exhibition addressing building performance and operation on 28th and 29th October at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster. Leadership in Building Performance will enable clients, engineers and designers, contractors and product manufacturers to further explore innovations and best practice to deliver, not just promise, better building performance.
The conference will focus on private sector building performance for the first day followed by second day focusing on public sector building performance. The conference will have strong links with CIBSE’s Building Performance Awards, which annually recognise those leading in this field, and will feature case studies demonstrating actual delivery of performance, innovation and best practice.
The two day conference and exhibition includes a series of thought provoking discussions and presentations that will give demonstrable and practical advice that can be implemented by delegates to improve performance.
The exhibition area, free to enter, will include workshops and ‘think tank’ forums from leading building service providers and exhibitors, giving real examples and case studies of performance benefits with emphasis on technical development.
The new event is being organised by Step Place Events, who also organise major events including Healthcare Estates, Education Estates and the OAS Development Awards. Step Place will work closely with The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) who have over 20,000 members in 97 countries around the world and a global network of professional support and expertise, work in partnership with other professional bodies, construction and engineering firms worldwide. Areas include: energy efficiency, heating and ventilation, lighting, public health, commissioning and facilities management within the building services industry.