About the Conference

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) is hosting the third building performance conference and exhibition at the prestigious QEII Centre in Westminster on 17 & 18 November 2016.

Shaped by a multi-disciplinary and highly regarded Advisory Committee, the two day conference programme examines the design, delivery & operation of low energy, cost-effective buildings which perform.

Speakers will:

  • debate key issues affecting building performance outcomes
  • showcase award-winning & cutting-edge case studies of both new and existing buildings
  • reveal new developments & innovation in building services
  • share expert opinions on where next for the building services industry.

Why attend?

  • Understand the new progressive thinking in the industry – what could the future of building design, construction, maintenance and FM look like?
  • Hear from exemplary projects – Building Performance Awards 2016 winners share expertise & knowledge on how to design efficient buildings, and how to improve existing stock
  • Dynamic sessions and succinct presentations deliver a plethora of great “takeaways” for delegates to implement back in the office​
  • Gain invaluable insight from multi-disciplinary collaborative teams into how best to deliver and maintain buildings that perform well (or better than expectations)​
  • Update your knowledge of frontier technologies and solutions at the cutting edge in exceptional building design and building services integration
  • ​Meet and network with like-minded industry professionals, clients and suppliers from around the world​
  • Take full advantage of this stimulating event to interact fully with our expert speakers by submitting your questions via the CIBSE Building Performance App
  • Advance your career by receiving 10 hours of CPD over the two-days

Who attends?

Over 450 key policy and other officials from government; construction organisations; professional institutions and building services and senior management across the building and building services supply and demand chains:

  • Building services engineers
  • Built environment consultancy practices
  • Environmental engineers
  • Heads of sustainability
  • Contractors
  • Architects
  • Facilities managers, estates managers & building managers
  • Senior managers across the building services supply chain
  • Engineers & specifiers
  • Clients: property owners, property developers, asset managers across commercial, industrial, hospitality, retail, leisure & education sectors
  • Manufacturers & suppliers
  • Government & local government