Delivering Commercial nZEB Was A Huge Success

We are delighted to announce that Delivering Commercial nZEB in Páirc Uí Chaoimh was a hugely successful conference. Following the feedback we received from the attendees, everyone at the conference came home with valuable information they can bring to future projects. We would like to sincerely thank all those who helped make this event so enjoyable.

Thank you to our international and national speakers for your fantastic presentations, we couldn’t have had such an educational day without you, your participation is greatly appreciated. We must also say a special thank you to the staff of Páirc Uí Chaoimh who couldn’t have done more on the day to satisfy our needs.

Last but certainly not least, Thank you to TU Dublin and the sponsors APA Facade Systems, Carey Glass and SE Controls. With their sponsorship and over 120 industry leading professionals attending Delivering Commercial nZEB, we were able to raise over €6000 for the Cork Simon Community. This is an absolutely fantastic achievement that will help the on-going homeless crisis in Cork City.

Delivering Commercial nZEB Images – Jim Berkeley

 

Joseph Little of the Dublin School of Architecture, TU Dublin, introducing the Conference.

Patrick Daly of DSA (TU Dublin) speaking on “Commercial nZEB Regulations and Design Strategies”.

Helmut Meyer of Transsolar Klima Engineering, Stuttgart – “New challenges require new thinking.”

Helmut Meyer of TransSolar Klima Engineering, Stuttgart – “New challenges require new thinking.”

Martin Oates and Simon Hall of SE Controls.

Aidan Harney of APA Facade Systems and Russell Moffat of Moffat Butler Architects.

Prof. Kevin McCartney of Cork Centre for Architectural Education, UCC.

Donal O’Donohue of Coady Architects – “Design and Technical Challenges of nZEB.”

Alan Duggan of Arup – ” A holistic approach to achieving nZEB in commercial buildings.”

Sean Hogan of RKD – “Marrying the requirements of nZEB with Green Building Certification.”

Alan Duggan, Sean Hogan and Donal O’Donohue during the Q&A.

Pat Hanratty of APA Facade Systems and Bill Carey of Carey Glass presenting a cheque for 6000 euro to the Cork Simon Community.

Vivienne O’Mahony of Cork Simon Community receiving a cheque for 6000 euro,with Joseph Little of the Dublin School of Architecture, TU Dublin and Aidan Harney of APA Facade Systems.

David Palmer of Fenestra Pro – “Restoring architects to the centre of high performing facade design.”

Carole Pollard of DSA TU Dublin giving a 5 minute presentation on DT9771 – the Post Graduate Certificate in Building Performance (Energy Efficiency in Design).

Sebastian Moreno-Vacca of A2M, the 2nd keynote speaker.

Aidan Harney of APA Facade Systems – “The effects of commercial fenestration design on nZEB.”

Aidan Harney (APA Facade Systems.)

Aidan Harney (APA Facade Systems.)

Alan Duggan (ARUP)

David Palmer of Fenestra Pro, and TU Dublin DSA

Tim Magee, Helmut Meyer and Patrick Daly.

Prof. Kevin McCartney.

Stephen Smyth (Carey Glass).

Thomas Vaughan (GS Renewable0.

Stephen Smyth of Carey Glass – ” The influence of glass in delivering commercial nZEB.”

Discussing the changes required in “Bau Kultur” and how to achieve them in the workplace.

Thomas Vaughan of GS Renewables – ” Innovative heating and cooling for nZEB.”

Helmut Meyer, with Carole Pollard in background.

Stephen Smyth of Carey Glass and Aidan Harney of APA Facade Systems during the Q & A.

Thomas Vaughan of GS Renewable answering a question.

Thomas Vaughan, Daniel Fennell, Stephen Smyth, Aidan Harney and David Palmer.

2nd keynote speaker Sebastian Moreno-Vacca of A2M – ” roadmap to zero emissions.”

Sebastian Moreno-Vacca of A2M, the 2nd keynote speaker – ” roadmap to zero emissions.”

Keynote speakers Helmut Meyer of TransSolar (Stuggart) and Sebastian Moreno-Vacca of A2M during final Q&A.