Global GreenTag International is leading a panel discussion at Sydney Build next week, engaging industry specialists to provide advice on sustainable ways forward for the construction industry – from building to procuring to specifying.
The panel will include David Baggs, GreenTag’s CEO and Technical Director, Eminè Mehmet, CEO of WELL Space, Robin Mellon, CEO of Supply Chain Sustainability School and Andy Marlow, Director of Envirotecture. Facilitating the discussion will be Brett Hazlett, GreenTag’s National Sales and Business Development Manager.
“We shall be questioning how a building can go up without sustainability being a casualty,” says Brett Hazlett.
“Together, our panel of industry practitioners from the sustainable building sector will be sharing some fundamental principles that will ensure how and why all building projects can be guided by a sustainability compass.”
The GreenTag panel will be uncovering ways for delegates to:
- Identify resources for sustainable building practice;
- Improve supply chain intelligence and how to look for the critical signs and implications in the procurement process;
- Compare differences between the leading building rating schemes such as Green Star®, The WELL™ Building Standard, and how to structure workloads to fit in with the different programs;
- Learn how to critique quickly the differences between certified and uncertified products;
- Identify and use integrated design principles in a building project to select products that produce significant and beneficial outcomes.
Will be held on March 15, 2018 from 1:00 pm – 1:20 pm
Venue: SYDNEY – ROYAL HALL OF INDUSTRIES – HORDERN PAVILLION