Sustainable Building Guide to be launched in Stormont

On 14th April 2015 the “Smart ECO Hub Sustainable Building Guide” will be officially launched by Minister Mark Durkan in the prestigious Parliament Buildings Stormont in Belfast. The event will be attended by representatives from local government and the private sector.

To book a place contact for further details as limited places are available.

The Smart ECO Hub initiative has demonstrated the benefits of collaborations between local authorities. Over the last 3 years the Smart ECO Hub has grown the energy cluster to include over 100 member companies. It is very encouraging to see that some of the members have been successful in obtaining funding to support product development and this highlights the innovation capabilities in the region. Without this regional cluster initiative these opportunities would have been unlikely to develop and consequently the region and the respective counties are better as a result.

One of the objectives of the Smart ECO Hub project was to set up Cluster groups, one of them being the Nearly Zero Energy Cluster.  This group consists of 8 member companies from Meath – Belfast (Paul McAlister Architects, Enviroform Solutions, Rachel Bevan Architects, Ecological Building Systems, Herr Ltd, Camden Windows, Quality Timber Frames and Beamm Vacuum). The group have worked very hard over the last 6 months and have met several times to bring together the  sustainable building guide.  Several of the Smart ECO Hub member companies operate in the construction sector and have contributed their expertise in outlining key factors to be considered when planning the fabric of your build.

This guide will be extremely beneficial to both public and private representatives so if you are unable to attend the launch event please contact to get your guide.


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