Learn more about:
- Air/Windtightness and Building Regulations
- Achieving an Air/Windtight building structure
- Condensation dangers and their impacts
- Ventilation considerations
- Smart moisture management
- Conventional Details for Irish Construction
- Material spec for specific Airtightness applications
- Types of Windtight barriers advantages and disadvantages
- Designing out Thermal Bridge
Speaker: Hugh Whiriskey, Technical Director, Partel
Hugh is Partel's Certified Passive House Designer and a specialist in sustainable building and energy efficiency, with over 20 years of experience and extensive knowledge in design and construction management, building fabric, and heat recovery ventilation.
The EEBS seminar will take place this year as an online live event from February 25 to March 16.
The construction and operation of buildings accounts for almost 40% of energy use. By 2030, all new buildings must be practically energy neutral.
The Energy Efficient Building Seminar (EEBS) provides a comprehensive approach to sustainable building design and construction in accordance with the requirements of nZEB.
Making the right choices regarding the design, materials and construction of a building will help reduce the amount of energy consumed throughout its lifetime.
Partel in partnership with KORE, Daikin, NorDan, Harmony Timber Solutions and Lunos are responding proactively to the latest changes to the building regulations by hosting a series of online nZEB related seminars.
Bringing together experts from across the building industry, the online live seminars will present a series of envelope and building performance solutions that will help you achieve nZEB standards for both new-build and retrofit projects.
Period: February 25 – March 16
Time: 1:00 pm GMT
Live Online Event, Free to attend
The Seminar will be 30-40 minutes comprising of live virtual learning sessions featuring theory-based informative presentations, case studies, and opportunities for Q&A discussion.