As we embark on a new decade, discussions surrounding the sustainability and longevity of our buildings have reached fever pitch, particularly within the context of the UK’s commitment to a 2050 target of carbon neutrality and a 33% reduction in whole life cost by 2025.
Leading the way in innovative thinking is Cartwright Pickard, who alongside the Mackintosh School of Architecture have conducted research into new software that will greatly assist the government in achieving these essential targets.
The revolutionary technology will integrate advanced BIM (Building Information Modelling) with cloud-based whole life cost and carbon databases, enabling those commissioning and designing buildings to make better and more informed decisions at every stage of the design process.
As the initial two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership research project concludes, hear directly from the researchers about the power of 7D BIM.
6.30pm - Drinks reception
7pm - The potential of 7D BIM: Dr Mariangela Zanni (Head of Research for Sustainable Development, Cartwright Pickard), James Pickard (Founding Director, Cartwright Pickard) and Philipp Lammers (BIM Manager, Cartwright Pickard)
7.40pm - Q&A session
8pm - Drinks and canapes
TitleHow Can We Make Data-driven Decisions to Reduce Whole Life Cost and Carbon?
FromFebruary 13, 2020 06:30 PM
UntilFebruary 13, 2020 09:00 PM
VenueNew London Architecture, Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT