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TECHNICAL EVENTS

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TECHNICAL & PRACTICE - UPDATE

Ecobuild 2007 27 February-1 March Earls Court 2, London Ecobuild is bigger than ever this year, with more than twice the number of seminars and exhibitors as last year.

Running simultaneously are Regenex, Cityscape, Futurebuild, and Building for Health (new this year). Seminar highlights include:

The Great Materials Debate: Steel, Wood, Plastic, Concrete or Masonry;

Building Sustainably with Timber;

Improving the Carbon Performance of Buildings;

Aiming for Zero Carbon; and Making Micro Renewables Work: individual half-day seminars on Heat Pumps, Biomass, SmallScale Wind, Photovoltaics and Solar Thermal www. ecobuild. co. uk www. cityscapeonline. com www. futurebuild. co. uk www. buildingforhealth.co. uk Book Launch: Space to Work Jeremy Myerson and Philip Ross 20 February, 5:30-7:30pm 22 February, 8:30-11:00am Cushman and Wakefield, London Hear the authors speak about global workplace trends and present case studies of innovation.

Book online at www. unwired.eu. com/spacetowork. html Concrete Elegance: The Cool Office 21 February, 6:30pm Building Centre, Store Street, London WC1 Bennetts Associates on Brighton's Jubilee Library and Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands on the Ascitus Building.

www. buildingcentretrust.org

The Party Wall Act 21-22 February RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London Two-day seminar given by the Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors.nicky@fpws. info

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