We are delighted to announce that we will be going to FOOTPRINT+ as a media partner for this exciting event which takes place in Brighton on 7-9 June 2022. Our three guests will leave you in no doubt about the value of attending FOOTPRINT+. In our opinion, this event is a much-needed model that should ideally be replicated around the world.
FOOTPRINT+ will gather representatives from every sector of the UK construction and property market to discuss and discover how to action state of the art methods to achieve Net Zero in construction and real estate.
The exhibition space enables stakeholders and experts to meet face-to-face, learn from each other and build the relationships required for putting sustainable solutions into practice.
“Footprint Plus is a place where everybody from the whole broad spectrum of different disciplines within construction, architecture, property, and engineering can get together and learn from one another about all of the different initiatives that we’re all introducing.
No one initiative is going to solve all of the problems. But together, we can share knowledge on all the good things that we’re doing and accelerate the progress that the industry needs to make to reduce the carbon emissions that we’re responsible for.”
Emily Day is a chartered architect with over 20 years of experience working on large-scale projects. Emily has worked with many key players within the industry; local authorities, developers, and financial institutions which have given her a unique insight into the needs of the different parties
Local authority clients have included:
Projects completed include major residential developments and urban planning, mixed-use developments, speculative office, hospitality, educational estates, and community developments up to £6bn in value.
Tim Rose is one of the speakers at FOOTPRINT+. He is a low-carbon consultant with 25 years in the renewable energy and aerospace sectors.
And now through his role at Pivot Power, Tim is the program lead for the Energy Super Hub Oxford Project, a joint venture, combining the technologies for charging electric vehicles, large scale energy storage, and electrification of heat, which together form a core element of the city of Oxford’s ambitious decarbonisation plans
Dr Joe Jack Williams is an Associate and researcher at FCBStudios and, alongside Ian Taylor, leads environmental research at the practice, identifying, developing and enabling research across sectors and projects.
His specialism is the influence of the school building on the students studying within, measuring perceptions, environmental performance and building forms as well as predicting, measuring and mitigating carbon impacts of architecture. He has taught at a number of universities in the UK and is part of core research groups within Architects Declare, CIBSE and LETI.
Written by: Jackie De Burca
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