The Institution of Mechanical Engineers warmly invites you to the upcoming HVAC Engineering conference, taking place at One Birdcage Walk.
The HVAC market is estimated at a value of $108.1 billion in 2018 and is poised to register a CAGR of 3.9% during 2019-2024. The overall growing construction industry is observed to be the major driver for the HVAC industry.
Considering the UK Government target to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, many, if not all, companies are looking at ways to reuse waste energy and reuse this energy within the business. This conference is an opportunity to identify lessons learned across engineering sectors that can be applied to your company’s futureproofing strategies.
In this two-day event, engineers will have the opportunity to learn from experts in nuclear, construction, pharmaceutical, data centres, railway, commercial buildings, biomedical, and tunnelling. Attend to hear best practice that will address challenges across HVAC engineering with a core focus on system modelling, temperature control strategies and approaches to optimise energy efficiency.
Join this two-day conference to hear the latest technical updates and products that address the challenges associated with system design, operation and maintenance.
Topics covered will include:
- Review of Design Specifications and Health and Safety Standards
- Design and Control of Thermal Environments
- Sustainability and Future Proofing
- HVAC Systems Maintenance and Monitoring
- Fire and Smoke Control Strategies in Transport Infrastructure
- Smoke Hazard Management Systems
- Optimising Energy Efficiency
- Addressing Challenges in HVAC System Modelling
Confirmed speakers include: Building Research Establishment Group, Mosen Ltd, Atkins, BSRIA, Colt, WSP, AECOM, 4D Data Centres, Caput Energy, AWE, Network Rail, Arup, BBA and Gexcon UK.
WHY YOU NEED TO JOIN:
- Reduce maintenance and repair costs of HVAC systems by ensuring the design process is reliable and the technology used is fit for purpose
- Take away approaches that increase energy efficiency and lower carbon output to meet the 2050 Net Zero Target
- HVAC experts, project managers, and related engineers will benefit from technical insights, best practice and engineering case studies discussed at this two-day conference.
- Meet and interact with specialist HVAC engineers to broaden your professional network
WHY OUR SPEAKERS ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE CONFERENCE:
||"It is important for engineers to join this seminar to keep abreast of the latest issues and challenges, along with the various analytical and numerical modelling methods available used to inform solutions to these issues, in the area of HVAC Engineering for large infrastructure."
Dr Roger Harrison, Technical Director, Building Research Establishment Group
|"There is massive value in sharing experience across the industry. Chances are someone has tackled a problem in a way that you can adopt, adapt and implement to solve yours."
Dr Benjamin Ralph, Associate Partner, Head of Fire Safety, Foster & Partners
||"To get a broad view of what’s going on in a number of fields. Many seminars and conferences are quite narrow in scope; this one gives the opportunity to see if the grass is greener elsewhere. Participants also make contacts with like-minded professionals and this can create opportunities for collaboration and career growth."
Norman Rhodes, Consulting Engineer
|"Joining this seminar is a great opportunity for engineers to learn from experts coming from different industries. It allows attendees to keep track of the evolution in the profession, and allow them to find novel ideas and solutions that can solve problems in his or her own field."
Benjamin Berman, Freelance Lead Engineer HVAC
||"It’s important for engineers to not only keep up to date with developments within their own sectors, but also to understand what work is being done in other sectors and establish what transferable knowledge there is."
Stephen Knowles, Chief Engineer, Atkins Global
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
All engineers and professionals involved in the design, management, safety and maintenance of HVAC systems will benefit from this conference, in particular:
- HVAC project management
- Process engineers
- Fire, health and safety
- Environmental monitoring
- Facility control
- Building management
SUPPORT YOUR CAREER DEVELOPMENT:
Attending this event supports your Professional Development; if you're an IMechE Member, this can be tracked in the Career Developer section of your online account.
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