Video: Investing in Living Walls: Factors for Specification and Maintenance

Our very own Shelley Mosco giving a brief introduction in this video to our upcoming Investing in Living Walls: Factors for Specification course outlining what the course is about and who it is ideal for.

The course will be held over two days in April (19th – 20th) @UniofGreenwich.

For full details click here and to book your tickets click on the Eventbrite link.

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ecobuild 2018

The ecobuild conference is one of the biggest events in the built environment calendar with over 450 exhibitors at the show this year and around 25,000 visitors. The event showcases the latest innovations and products from various sectors and companies and this year we were able to visit and see what the industry had to offer in terms of biophilic architecture.

During the event we were also able to promote our upcoming events to industry professionals getting even more attendees to join us for our exciting conferences and short courses!

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Also a big thanks to Watermatic for providing us with a space to promote our events at their excellent stand with live demonstrations of their living wall systems at ecobuild 2018. Be sure to visit their website and check out their new products!


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Ecobuild has been the number one event for the built environment for over 14 years, with change and innovation always at the heart. It connects and inspires the entire built environment specification chain.

06-08 March 2018 / ExCeL, London

Investing in Living Walls: Factors for Specification and Maintenance (19-20 April 2018)

Living Walls have increasingly become more prevalent with numerous new systems on the market. For anyone specifying living walls, trying to determine their value or any underlying problems, there is overwhelming and often biased information that hampers decision making.

Topics Covered:

Day One will held at the University of Greenwich in the new Stockwell Street building and will cover theoretical issues of specifying living walls:

  • The benefits of living walls (ecosystems services)
  • Differing system types and their relative sustainability
  • Plan selection (basic)
  • Maintenance requirements
  • Fire regulations relating to living walls

Day Two will be mainly practical with a study tour of selected living walls, to see first-hand issues relating to their installation and maintenance. This will involve walking outdoors, wear suitable clothing. The day will end with a round table discussion of the theoretical and practical issues of living walls. Participants to pay for own transport costs during the day.

Please note lunch is not provided.

Key Benefits

The course is taught by an industry expert who has designed living walls for many years and is involved in the latest living walls research.

Classes are small allowing plenty of scope for discussion and some tailoring of the course to your individual or company requirements.

A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to those who attend the course and actively participate in class exercises and discussion.

Who is the course for?

This course is particularly suitable for planners, specifiers, architects, landscape architects, interior designers, housing associations or anyone thinking of investing in a living wall.

FAQs

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Telephone: 0208 331 7688

Email: ACH-ShortCourses@gre.ac.uk

What’s the refund policy?

The University of Greenwich reserves the right to cancel a course up to 7 days before an event and all payments received will be refunded in full to delegates.

A delegate can cancel their registration up to 14 days before the event and receive a full refund. If the cancellation is received between 7 and 14 days before an event the delegate is eligible for a refund of 50%. If the cancellation takes place less than 7 days before an event the delegate is not eligible for a refund.