April 14 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm$57.5
Climate change is the world’s hottest topic right now. Join us this April as Katie Symons of MBIE, Professor Jan Evans-Freeman from UC’s College of Engineering, and Vanessa Carswell of Jasmax share insights into how the property sector can build for climate change in the real world.
- The Beatrice Tinsley exemplifies the low-carbon power of passive design, pushing the boundaries of multi-storey timber-framed construction in New Zealand through new technology developed at UC
- Experience this impressive building first hand, and learn what makes it fit for the future
Professor Jan Evans-Freeman
Jan joined UC in 2009 and leads the College of Engineering. Prior to this she ran a research centre in Sheffield (UK) and spent 20 years at UMIST (UK) completing a PhD in electronic engineering and then pursuing an academic career. At UC, Jan has led significant growth with responsibility for the College’s 500 academic, research and support staff, and a $115m budget. Recent achievements include the opening of the new School of Product Design in 2018 and leading the rebuild of UC’s four engineering departments including the new, innovative Beatrice Tinsley Building. Jan is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors and serves on several national Boards including Engineering NZ.
Katie is a chartered structural engineer in New Zealand and the UK, and has over 15 years’ experience designing building structures in both countries. She has particular expertise in assessing the embodied carbon of buildings and construction materials. Currently, she is works in MBIE’s Building System Performance Branch.
A NOTE ABOUT COVID
In these changing times, a live event is a rare and precious thing. While we will do everything in our power to bring this event to you as a face-to-face experience, should the situation change and restrictions on event numbers fluctuate due to government restrictions, we may be forced to take this event online or change the format. Of course, you’ll still be getting the same great content, just in a different format. Please ensure you have read and understood the event terms and conditions and bear with us as we play the hand we are dealt over the coming months. We will always strive to deliver the best-case scenario to our members, and we appreciate your support and understanding with any adaption we may have to undertake to achieve that.