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Registrations Open for CIBSE Build2Perform Live

Registrations Open for CIBSE Build2Perform Live
11 November 2022

Registration is now open for the free-to-attend Build2Perform Live, taking place at London Excel on 29 – 30 November 2022.

The two-day event will feature 80+ hours of approved CPD, 160+ speakers and 70+ exhibitors. Government officials, senior management, facilities managers, consultants, property development companies and experts across the spectrum of the building service sector will be attendance.

CIBSE Build2Perform Live brings people together to learn about, discuss and collaborate on the current issues that are important in delivering better building performance, and allow attendees to gain the knowledge and motivation they need to improve the performance of buildings throughout the whole lifecycle.


CIBSE Build2Perform at the ExCel Centre for the First Time


Dr Hywel Davies, CIBSE Technical Director, commented: “CIBSE Build2Perform Live is the only event solely dedicated to the lifetime performance of buildings. It is an important event designed by professionals for professionals. For the first time, Build2Perform will be taking place at the ExCel Centre, London, with more space for visitors and exhibitors to enjoy a full programme of carefully curated, topical, CPD sessions. This year’s key themes are net zero, retrofit, the Building Safety Act, lighting in Building Services, professional competencies, and professional development.”

With the list of high-profile exhibitors growing, Build2Perform provides an invaluable opportunity to learn about the latest products and technologies. 2022’s exhibitors include Trimble, Wates, Siemens, Historic England and Tamlite.

Picture: a graphic showing several colourful buildings. Image Credit: Pixabay

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 11 November 2022


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