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.
As a key Development Partner for the SKA HE scheme, Overbury is delighted to be hosting an event as part of Green Sky Thinking Week to showcase the first SKA HE Silver rated fit out. An expert panel will share their experiences of delivering a SKA HE project, provide guidance on the scheme and explain what benefits it can bring.
You should attend to:
- Learn how SKA HE was developed and how it works in practice.
- Hear why LSE chose to be early adopters of SKA HE, and how their space is performing six months on.
- Understand the cost and design opportunities that SKA HE presents.
- Share your ideas and experiences with peers.
How to register
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, position, organisation, sector and contact details.
Chaired by Dr Joe Croft, our expert panel of speakers will then explore the opportunities of SKA HE.
Dr Joe Croft, Head of Environmental and Sustainability, Overbury
An introduction to SKA HE and how it challenges traditional approaches.
Jon Emmett, Acting Head of Sustainability, LSE
Why SKA? Practical implications, challenges and opportunities for using the tool.
Emily Rissom, Associate, Architecture PLB
Designing for SKA, including opportunities and challenges for sustainable design.
Camilla Read, Environmental & Sustainability Manager, Overbury
Overbury's experience delivering the first two SKA HE assessments for LSE and City University.
- LSE Library, 10 Portugal Street, WC2A 2HD
- 8:30am - 10:00am