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Performance Feedback on Buildings

A guide to improving design through post-occupancy performance feedback

Wednesday 28th January 2009
Royal Society of Medicine, London W1G

The inaugural Performance feedback on completed buildings conference will ensure you learn from the successes and mistakes of completed schemes and explore how you can make building performance feedback central to your design process.

The day will encompass a mixture of latest industry developments in relation to post-occupancy feedback, and pioneering approaches to obtaining and using it effectively.

Leading architects and consultants will offer you detail on the outcomes of POE studies on education, office and university buildings.

Capitalise on this unique opportunity to address one of the most challenging issues in design and construction – building performance feedback - and apply the latest guidance and teaching on performance feedback and building monitoring to the services your practice provides.

Speakers include:
Rab Bennetts,Director,Bennetts Associates
Keynote: Why is feedback vital for building designers?

Bill Bordass,Usable Buildings Trust
Making building performance feedback routine

Adrian Leaman,Principal,Building Use Studies
Case studies on education buildings: what has been learnt from feedback studies?

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