BREEAM New Construction 2018: Energy
To help close the energy performance gap, BREEAM NC 2018 proposes to award extra credits for more detailed energy prediction and verification of actual performance. This webinar will describe how the method encourages all those involved in the project to take steps to improve this.
Becoming a BREEAM International Assessor
This webinar will explain the value of BREEAM worldwide and how it adapts to local conditions, show some case studies, and explain how to become an Assessor through the new online BREEAM International training course.
Part L for the Natural Stone Industry
This free course is brought to you on behalf of Stone Federation GB with support from CITB and the BRE Academy.
Basics of BIM Webinar
BIM (Building Information Modelling) Level 2 has been mandated for use on all UK government funded projects from April 2016 and will affect almost everyone working within the built environment.
BRE Fire Facilities
Tips & Tricks to master Mat 01 for BREEAM 2018 from One Click LCA
This webinar provides an introduction to the new life cycle assessment issues (Mat 01 and Mat 02) in BREEAM UK New Construction 2018.
How Energy Performance is Assessed in HQM Beta England
The HQM standard has been developed to promote a holistic approach to sustainability and quality in new homes. Reporting of these is another important aspect promoted by the scheme to enable home buyers to make informed decisions and to allow home builders to showcase and to differentiate their developments.
BREEAM UK New Construction 2018: What’s changed? Webinar
The new BREEAM New Construction 2018 scheme will be launched on the 7th March. Join this webinar to learn more about the changes implemented in the new scheme, in particular in the Energy, Materials, Transport and Ecology categories.
BIM Level 1: Walk Before You Can Run
This webinar will cover the steps required to adopt BIM Level 1 as explained in BS1192, including how to share and publish information in a collaborative environment, how to structure file names to quickly locate project information amongst thousands of files, in preparation for BIM Level 2.
Disaster Risk Reduction
Experts discuss disaster relief shelter solutions, a demonstration shelter available to view at BRE’s innovation park, and project tools which support sustainability and resilience.
BREEAM Mat03 and BES6001 Certification: A Practical Update
This one-hour webinar from BRE covers the most recent BREEAM Mat03 and BES6001 certifications and introduces the changes in BREEAM 2018.
Wellbeing in BREEAM
This webinar will provide a preview of BREEAM’s future strategy on health and wellbeing, including research themes and future trends, as well as providing an overview of the interconnections with US standard WELL.
BIM Standards, Methods and Procedures
An hour long recorded webinar session on standards, methods and procedures for BIM and how to ensure these are adhered to across a project.
Construction Design Management 2015 Update
Construction, Design & Management Regulations (CDM) 2015: Keep up to date with this regulation and know what your responsibilities are.
Writing Task Information Delivery Plans (TIDPs)
This one-hour webinar teaches construction project managers how to write effective TIDPs which tell the client everything they need to know.
The Future of Offsite Construction
A possible solution to the housing shortage in the UK is to build offsite construction pods over public buildings' car parks. Learn about this thought-provoking solution, which has been demonstrated at the BRE Innovation Park by Bill Dunster's ZedPod.
Environmental Product Declarations – Demystified
This hour long webinar will present the fundamentals of EPD; how they are constructed and the key items to look out for to ensure you are using a credible EPD.
The Biophilic Office
Learn about the concept of biophilic office, and how this can improve the health and wellbeing and productivity of occupants.
BIM: The Responsibility Matrix
In order to ensure that information is produced in a lean and efficient manner, a responsibility matrix is required. The Responsibility Matrix is key in defining which task teams will produce what information; and is a required precursor to develop the Task and Master Information Delivery Plans.
Planning for Daylight and Sunlight
Daylight and sunlight are important design constraints in urban areas so Dr Paul Littlefair explains the key considerations for daylight and sunlight in cities in this 1 hour recorded webinar.