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Date:Monday 31 October 2016
Time:12:30 - 13:30

Online webinar 

CPD:1.00 hours

Concrete offers many opportunities to influence the environmental economic and social credentials of a project, including performance credentials such as its thermal mass, durability and acoustic performance and resilience to flooding and fire. This webinar provides guidance to further enhance the sustainability credentials of concrete through specification and design. Topics include local and responsible sourcing, low carbon cements, use of recycled content, design for material efficiency and low whole life CO2.


Elaine Toogood, BA(hons) Grad Dip Arch RIBA
Senior Architect, The Concrete Centre

Elaine has nearly 20 years’ experience of working in the construction industry, principally within private architectural practice. She is also a long serving member of the Lewisham Planning Authority Design Panel. Elaine currently works in the Sustainability, Architecture and Housing Team, at The Concrete Centre and provides decision-makers in the construction industry with advice and design guidance related to the use of concrete. As well as providing project advice, Elaine also contributes to Concrete Quarterly and authors technical guidance.