Time; 8.15 - 9.15am
What are the demand drivers required when master planning a sustainable healthcare estate and what strategic operational process reviews need to occur to achieve this. How has the COVID 19 pandemic made us reassess previous assumptions?
Come and join us for our HCN webchat as we discuss how we go about defining what a sustainable healthcare estate is and what is the best way to measure this and the scale of the challenge ahead? We will ask how important is the drive for developing a roadmap to zero carbon and should there be a drive for off-site and other modern methods of construction to achieve this? Has the design of renewable technology improved significantly to the benefit of the education estate?
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Nick is the head of sustainability and environmental manager at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust.
Kevin is a Chartered Engineer with over 35 years’ experience within the Built Environment and Energy sector. Kevin has provided multi-discipline engineering advisory and design services whilst working with a diverse range of national and international public/private sector clients, including multiple NHS Trusts.
Kevin is a Director at Ramboll, based in the firm’s London office. His current role includes overall responsibility for development of the firm’s Property & Buildings teams in the Hospital/Healthcare sector as well as working with global colleagues on international opportunities and projects.
Ramboll’s UK MEP & C&S teams have recently provided the tender stage design package information for the innovative and unique new build hospital at Hillerod, North Zealand, Denmark.
Xav joined Murphy Philipps in 2007, after graduating and starting his career working for a large multidisciplinary architecture practice.
He has 16 years of architectural experience with involvement in a variety of healthcare buildings and has helped to deliver several of our award-winning projects for the practice.