Gale & Snowden is to showcase work at ‘Building A Resilient Future’ for the Technology Strategy Board.
The event is to be held on Wednesday 26th February at No. 1 Drummond Gate, Victoria, London, SW1V 2QQ.
The focus of this event is to establish the latest thinking and best practice around integrating climate change adaptation and resilience into built environment projects, and to highlight and promote the opportunities for the UK built environment sector. A range of drivers, approaches and tools which support the understanding, communication, and development of the ‘business case’ for climate change adaptation and resilience will be highlighted. The benefits of attending include helping to shape the discussion about the future of climate change adaptation in the built environment, sharing knowledge, networking, and finding out about business opportunities.
The conference will be the final dissemination of the TSB funded competition Design for Future Climate. The competition provided funding for project teams to consider climate change impacts in the design of real life construction and building refurbishment projects.
The format of the day will include a series of presentations with panel sessions for wider discussion.
David Gale will be presenting the three ‘Design for Future Climate’ (D4FC) projects that Gale & Snowden has undertaken over the last 3 years and showcasing the Future Climate Ready Consultancy services that Gale & Snowden provides for all types of building projects. David’s presentation is available to view below.