We are delighted to announce our schedule of events for World Green Building Week (25 Sept – 1 Oct) 2017. This year we have a fantastic lineup including tours of recently completed green buildings, workshops and the launch of our new Green Building Network.
Book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited.
This Henry J Lyons designed building was awarded a BREEAM Outstanding rating for its design stage. This is the first office development in Ireland to attain BREEAM’s highest available rating. Tour is for one hour and strictly limited to 20 people. Book here.
Beyond Zero. Be Net Positive | Tues 26 Sept 8.30am – 10.30am | Wood Quay Venue – Dublin
Launch of Green Building Network | Wed 27 Sept | 6pm – 8pm | IGBC, 19 Mountjoy Sq. Dublin
The Irish Green Building Council invites you to join us for our new monthly Green Building Network. At this kickoff meeting Chris Croly of BDP will lead the discussion exploring the implications of the Nearly Zero Energy Building revisions to Part L non -residential. Book here.
Tour of 1 Cumberland Place | Thurs 28 Sept 8am | TBC
Twitter’s new headquarters owned by Hibernia REIT has been awarded LEED platinum for its recent fit out carried out by Flynn, KSN and OCSC. The fitout achieved a 37.5% reduction in building energy costs. Tour is for one hour and strictly limited to 20 people. Book here.
Financing Energy Efficiency in Ireland and UK | Thurs 28 Sept | 9am – 4:30pm | Clontarf Castle
This event aims to engage policymakers and stakeholders on ways to upscale energy efficiency investments. This includes sharing best practice on how to engage SMEs and unlocking the potential for energy efficiency investments. Read More.
Tour of The Boiler House, Ballymun | Fri 29 Sept 1pm
The retrofit of the old Boilerhouse in Ballymun by Dublin City Council demonstrates excellence in building reuse and low carbon construction. The retrofit used recycled materials from the old boilerhouse and has energy and water systems designed to conserve resources. Light lunch served after tour. Book here.