London | Understanding Building Performance (Lunchtime CPD session at SPAB)
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The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings are running a lunchtime CPD session in London.
12.00-13.30, 26 March 2020
Dr Robyn Pender is a Senior Building Conservation Adviser in Historic England’s Policy and Evidence directorate. A physicist with a PhD in moisture transfer in porous materials, and lead editor of the Building Environment volume in HE’s Practical Building Conservation series, she advises on all aspects of building performance, including damp, energy and carbon, and climate change issues. She will discuss the different methods of assessing building performance, and explain why environmental monitoring is important, particularly in old buildings. She will discuss how is monitoring done and how its results inform project and management decisions.
Tickets are priced at £45 each.
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