By Australian Institute of Architects

Feb. 17, 2011

9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

3 Manning Street, Potts Point NSW 2010


ArchiTECH Thursday 17 February - Environmental responsibility - FREE for members

In order to produce an ESD specification, appropriate design decisions must first be made. A non-sustainable design cannot be transformed into a sustainable one just by specifying. It is, however, possible to improve on the environmental impact of any design through the specification by mandating low toxicity materials, energy and water efficient appliances, and so on.

NATSPEC was formed in 1975 by the Australian Institute of Architects. Richard Choy, CEO NATSPEC, will outline how the specification can be used to help improve environmental quality today. Delegates will gain understanding of the current National Competency Standards for specification writing and the environmental impacts of the products presented.

David Springett Chair:Richard Choy, CEO NATSPEC

Stephen Mitchell, Sustainability Program Manager, Timber Development Association (NSW)
Morgan Woollett , Architect, Solar Shop Australia
Steve Franetic, Technical Manager, Solar Shop Australia

Core Competencies
: Design, Documentation.
CPD Points: 3 hours formal points upon completion of formal activity questionnaire.
Time: 9am - 12.30pm
Address: 3 Manning Street, Potts Point.

Free for members, $35 non members. Click here to register online.

Contact Person: Ms Eleni Ragogo


FREE for members, $35 non members


Eleni Ragogo
02 9246 4055