08.30 Registration with tea and coffee
Opening Session - An Overview of the Sustainability Landscape for Ireland’s Built Environment
Chair: Prof J Owen Lewis, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
09.30 Welcome and Introduction – Prof J Owen Lewis, CEO, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
09.35 Policy and Regulatory Challenges and the Implications for Ireland’s Built Environment – Martin Vaughan, DoECLG
09.55 From a Century of Architectural Education, Looking Forward – Emmet Scanlon, UCD School of Architecture
10.15 Architects in a Resource Stressed World – Ian Goodfellow, Penoyre and Prasad, UK
10.45 Panel Question Time, followed by Tea / Coffee (served in the Red Room)
Session Two - Sustainable Design and Materials
Chair: Paddy de Roe, RIAI Sustainability Task Force
11.30 Bridging the Gap: Form, Function, Environmental Impact and Energy Use, a Four-fold Approach to Sustainable Design –
Prof Hugo Hens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
12.00 Comparative Study of Building Materials and Embedded Energy in Low Energy and Passive Houses –
Minka McInerney, Minka McInerney Architect
12.20 Solar Assisted Space Heating in Low Energy and Passive Houses, A Practical Irish Case Study –
12.40 Panel Question Time followed by Lunch
Session Three - Green Buildings, Green Construction and Green Jobs
Chair: Vivienne Brophy, UCD Energy Research Group, School of Architecture
14.15 Skilled Workforce and Local Products, the Next Steps for the Passive House in Ireland – Tomás O’Leary, Passive House Academy Ireland
14.35 Ireland’s Living Building Challenge – Brian O’Brien, Solearth Ecological Architecture
14.55 Quantifying the Value of Air Tightness in Ecological and Energy Efficient Buildings – Joseph Little, Joseph Little Architects
15.10 Panel Question Time
Session Four - Sustainable Buildings in Action
Chair: Martin Murray, PHAI
15.25 EnerPHit – Getting The Balance Right – Cathal O’Leary, OLS Architects
15.40 From the Ashes, the Carroll’s Case Study – Edel Donnelly, BDP
15.55 Graduating to the Passive House Standard, the Roebuck Hall UCD Case Study – Tony Rigg, Kavanagh Tuite
16.10 Panel Question Time and Closing Remarks
Participation in the conference is subject to payment of a registration fee. Numbers are strictly limited to 125 delegates – registration in advance is highly recommended to avoid disappointment!
The conference delegate rate is €125
RIAI Members and Student rate €85.
All refreshments are included. Full conference proceedings will be sent to delegates after the event.
Note: The number of exhibitor’s is limited and space will be allocated on a first come basis.
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Note: Depending on numbers there may be a shuttle service provided from the hotel to UCD.
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