Roderic Bunn

Doctorate Researcher
Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources, University College London

Roderic Bunn has a long track record in building performance research with a focus on analysing energy use and occupant satisfaction. He edited the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers Journal (CIBSE) for 16 years during. He led the ground-breaking PROBE post-occupancy evaluation research project, after which he joined BSRIA as a building performance analyst. He was a Building Performance Evaluator for the UK’s £8 million Building Performance Evaluation research project and oversaw projects on the InnovateUK’s Innovative Refurbishment programme.

While at BSRIA Roderic developed the Soft Landings  process into a new professional service for construction industries around the world. The method has been published by BSRIA and the Usable Buildings Trust in the Soft Landings Framework, a generic and open-source method that can be applied by clients and construction firms worldwide.

Roderic writes and lectures widely on building engineering and on the role of human behaviour in building performance. He regularly advises building owners and design teams on ways to ensure their design ambitions are achieved in reality.

He is currently studying for his Engineering Doctorate at the UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources on studying long-term occupant satisfaction in office buildings. He a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a former Trustee of the Usable Buildings Trust (UBT), and a Silver Medallist of the CIBSE.

Roderic Bunn will be speaking at:

TH2 What are the wellbeing considerations for building services engineers?

21/11/2017 14:50 - 15:50

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