Cost-Effective Intelligent Green Building in Singapore (CEIGB)
|Event Date/Time: Mar 01, 2010||End Date/Time: Mar 02, 2010|
|Registration Date: Feb 15, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 30, 2010|
1st - 2nd March 2010, Singapore
Cost-Effective Intelligent Green Building
Interested to participate, visit www.salvoglobal.com/CEIGB.asp to enquire more!
Why Attend This Workshop?
Building Green & Profitable, Build More With Less!
Architects, contractors and property owners around the world are constantly facing new challenges in building green. These include increasing demand for environmentally conscious construction, stringent regional building standards, as well as demand for greater convenience by end users. Building and construction in Asia are no exception. With forthcoming mandatory green building practices and in the midst of a fierce fight for survival, there is a higher tendency to compromise on efficient resources in pursuit of cost savings.
An â€œIntelligent Green Buildingâ€ is defined as a building which is energy efficient and has little or no negative impact on the environment thanks to better design, and construction techniques including improved indoor environment quality, energy conservation and heat recovery technology, the reutilization of sustainable building materials, and installation.
'Green'-Edge Insights On:
Evaluation of regional and international green building rating systems
Implementing technologies, techniques and materials to meet green standards
Refurbishment of existing buildings for energy savings
Nanotechnology applications for sustainable green construction, improving indoor air quality and safety
Cost-benefit analysis of building green
International case studies: Construction costs vs. green features
About The Trainer
The trainer has over 18 years of experience devoted exclusively to enhancing the value of projects. He is the director of a leading design, research and advising firm focusing on next generation green building technologies. He is also an associate professor at Ball State University, and his books and articles have been published by Wiley, Princeton Architectural Press, the American Institute of Architects, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. In addition, he has delivered green building addresses and courses in North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.