Croatia Green Building Council invites You to joint the conference:
“Sustainability in historical buildings renovation. A restorative opportunity”…?
which is being held on October 19th in hotel Academia, Tkalčićeva 88, Zagreb, Croatia.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: CARLO BATTISTI
Conference language: English
CONFERENCE MAIN POINTS:
Renovation (using sustainable & green principles) could be seen as an opportunity:
1. to restore the built environment while protecting the environment itself,
2. to exploit business opportunities: historical buildings, if accurately renovated and occupied, have a greater value on the market
WHAT TO EXPECT?
CGBC MEMBERS PRICE 250,00 HRK + VAT
OTHER 350,00 HRK + VAT
Based on the completed form (on-line application form), HSZG will issue you an offer.
Payments are made before the event on the basis of the submitted offer. Participation will be considered confirmed on receipt of payment.
CONTACT PERSON: Tea Žugaj, Office Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org; +385 1 4886 296
ABOUT KEYNOTE SPEAKER – CARLO BATTISTI
Degree in Civil Engineering from the Politecnico of Milan, about twenty years of experience in construction companies, with different roles: technical department, sales manager, project manager and technical director. Master in Management and Organizational Development at MIP, the Business School of Politecnico di Milano. He holds the following professional accreditations: LEED AP BD+C (Building Design & Construction), LEED AP ID+C (Interior Design & Construction), WELL AP, Certified Project Manager IPMA, GBC Home AP and GBC Historic Building AP. Moreover, he owns the LEED and WELL Faculty credentials; this designation recognizes professionals who are highly experienced and knowledgeable on the topics of LEED, WELL, green building and/or sustainability. He is also LFA (Living Future Accredited) and founder and facilitator of the Living Building Challenge Collaborative: Italy. Since 2009 he works as project manager and consultant for sustainable innovation. He coordinated energy audit activities on forty public buildings in the South of Italy (mostly historic ones), on behalf of the Ministry of the Environment (‘Green Communities’ Project). He collaborates with IDM South Tyrol as project manager in the Ecosystem Alpine Technologies – Construction, and with EURAC research, Institute for Renewable Energy as chair of the COST Action REthinking Sustainability TOwards a Regenerative Economy (RESTORE). He has been also member of the Standard Committee ‘GBC Historic Building’ of the Green Building Council Italy, implementing a certification protocol focused on historic buildings and he is actually consulting one of the first Italian projects pursuing this type of certification.