SKA HE has been designed by the industry, for the industry, to drive sustainable good practice in higher education interior fit out and refurbishment projects.
A panel of experts will provide guidance on the new measures, show how to implement the scheme on your projects and explain what benefits it can bring.
Why should you attend?
- Learn how SKA HE was developed and how it works in practice
- Hear how UCL, early adopters of SKA, helped to shape the scheme and how it's being used across their estate
- Understand the cost and design opportunities SKA HE presents
- Share your ideas and experiences with peers
Join us at the new Brasshouse Language School in the iconic Library of Birmingham and hear from:
Evan Landy, EHS Officer (Environment), UCL – UCL's SKA journey to date.
Sam Bensky, RLB – First past the post with two SKA HE assessments for LSE and City University, RLB share their experience
Dr Joe Croft, Head of Environmental and Sustainability, Overbury – From SKA Offices to SKA HE, what the differences are and how it challenges traditional approaches
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We look forward to seeing you in Birmingham on the 23 March.