Conference promotes ‘healthy’ buildings
TRADA members are being offered discounted entry into a new conference to promote ‘healthy’ buildings, organised by The Alliance for Sustainable Buildings.
The Conference is primarily aimed at architects, designers and product specifiers, but is also targeted to building clients, policy makers and product suppliers. The event should also appeal to anyone with an interest in the relationship between buildings and human health.
Expert speakers will address urgent occupant health issues such as overheating, moisture and mould, and indoor air quality, and explore how building products can exacerbate the problem or provide a solution. For example, new research will be presented that exposes the risks associated with harmful air in our homes and public buildings caused by dangerously high levels of volatile organic compounds.
The conference takes place on 15th February at UCL Roberts Building, Torrington Place, London. TRADA members can qualify for the ‘partners’ registration price, saving £50 on the normal fee.
For more information & to purchase a ticket, click here.