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Yorkshire Region: ‘How building services engineers can save civilisation’

24 July 2017 18:00 - 19:30

Arup
East Street
Leeds
England
LS9 8EE

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CPD Hours
Fiona Cousins, FCIBSE, of Arup, presented this talk at the CIBSE Annual Lecture last year and will be bringing it up to date for when she comes to Leeds.
 
Fiona leads the sustainability and mechanical engineering teams in Arup’s New York office. She directs technical investments for Arup’s Americas Region, and is a member of Arup’s Americas Board. As a mechanical engineer, Fiona has spent much of her career engaged in HVAC design, specialising in thermal comfort and energy efficiency.
 
Fiona is a frequent presenter on transformative sustainable building design and has presented technical papers in the areas of low-energy design and sustainability. She served as chair of the New York Chapter of the USGBC (Urban Green) for two years, as well as being chair of the USGBC.
 
The plan for the evening is as follows:
 
6pm Reception/Networking
6:30pm Presentation from Fiona with Q&A/discussion
7: 30pm Close
 
We are being kindly hosted by Craig Havenhand and the Arup Leeds team and we are hoping to have a buffet provided by The Real Junk Food Project.
 
If you like to tweet, or are unable to attend, but still be involved, follow #YCIBSE on the night.

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