Date, time & venue
14 October 2020; 6:30-8:00pm, Live Seminar via Zoom
HKIE Civil Division
Built environment, health and wellbeing are the key issues for people. The recent Covid-19 outbreak has further sharpened this focus and brought immerse attention to the buildings which can prevent/reduce potential health risks.
This webinar will discuss the critical role of built environment and the approaches to re-design and realise the new ‘normal’ buildings. In this webinar, Ir Dr Tony Lam, will talk about how big data can be used for a health audit for our buildings – a digital platform: Neuron Health can provide a detailed real-time picture of how a building or facility is operating, and what kind of experience its occupants are having.
Free of Charge.
Ir Dr Tony Lam is an Associate Director of Sustainability at Arup. A building physics specialist, he has extensive experience in tackling environmental impacts on the built environment, particularly in designing low carbon, wellness and sustainable building developments. He is a green design expert and has completed a number of significant developments in East Asia, including K11 Atelier King’s Road, West Kowloon Cultural District, HKHA public housing estates, Shenzhen Prince Bay, Hualian Residence in Taiwan and South Beach in Singapore.
Tony is a WELL Faculty member in Asia and has delivered the first two WELL Platinum buildings in Hong Kong. He was awarded the CIC Young Innovator Award in 2017.
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