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National Construction Code 2019

  • RMIT City Campus Blg 80, Level 2, Room 2 Melbourne VIC 3000 (map)

What do the proposed changes mean to residential buildings? 

The Australian Building Codes Board have released their proposed changes for the National Construction Code 2019.

Join us to hear Alan Pears, Tony Isaacs and Eli Court discuss what these proposed changes mean for residential building

Doors open at 5:30 PM, presentations will commence at 5:45 PM

Light refreshments provided.

This event is organised by: Sustainable Building Innovation Laboratory (SBiLab), School of Property, Construction and Project Management, RMIT University

 

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Alan Pears, RMIT University

Alan is one of Australia’s best regarded sustainability experts. He is a Senior Industry Fellow at RMIT University, advises a number of industry and community organisations and works as a consultant.

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Tony Isaacs, Tony Isaacs Consulting

Tony helped to set up the NatHERS scheme, developed the FirstRate software and oversaw the development of the 5 star RIS as a public servant. Now a consultant, Tony has been involved with the development of a number of RISs for building energy efficiency regulations, helped develop some of the DtS elemental provisions and is currently the lead technical consultant for the Victorian Residential Energy Scorecard tool.

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Eli Court, Climate Works

Eli is Implementation Manager at ClimateWorks Australia, leading ClimateWorks’ work on delivering low energy, high performance, zero emissions buildings. Eli has led several major projects for ClimateWorks including an industry roadmap to zero carbon buildings, and a current research/industry collaboration to set new construction standards on a trajectory to zero emissions. Prior to ClimateWorks, Eli worked in public policy and law, and is a graduate of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership’s Fellowship Program.

 

 

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