Delivering a Sustainable Olympic Stadium

17
Apr
2012
 
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What does it take to build a sustainable venue? 360 rolls of turf, 10,000 tonnes of steel, 12,000 pre-cast concrete terracing units, 5,000 reinforced concrete columns, 80,000 seats, 8 changing rooms, 4 prayer rooms...all to make one truly sustainable Olympic Stadium.

Please join us to hear the Olympic Stadium project team debate the successes and challenges for sustainability, what could have been done differently, and how you can transfer their knowledge into your real life projects and practice.

Speakers:
The Strategy – Jerome Frost, Arup (formerly Head of Design, ODA)
The Engineer – Glyn Trippick, Project Director for London 2012 Stadium, Buro Happold
The Contractor – Tony Aikenhead, Project Director Team Stadium, Sir Robert McAlpine
The Delivery - Kirsten Henson, KLH Sustainability (formerly Senior Sustainability Advisor, ODA)

Don’t forget to sign up for the next masterclass on Water, also on 17 April from 10:00 to 13:00.

Location: The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

Cost: £25 + fees/vat including a networking breakfast
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Gold Leaf members please book through Jenny Buckland