Bill Reed in NZ Speaker Series (1-10 Nov 2014)

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Sarah Rothwell

This year Jasmax has worked with the NZIA and key sponsor Resene to bring internationally renowned Thought-Leader, Architect and Systems Practice Specialist, Bill Reed, to New Zealand.

As part of the 2014 NZIA Resene Sustainability Series both Bill and Jasmax’s Sustainability Manager, Jerome Partington, are key speakers; their talks consider the Integrated Design Process and Net Zero Energy solutions respectively.

Bill’s talk entitled 'The Integrative Design Process – Faster, Better, Cheaper!' Frames a new way of delivering value in the procurement process. The series offers a number of opportunities to hear both key speakers at NZIA hosted event in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington. There will be additional professional and public events in Auckland and Christchurch including an in-depth half day training session hosted by the Living Futures Collaborative NZ.

The full event programme and how to book tickets will be hosted on this page, as information is released. Please keep an eye on this page for those updates.

Jasmax would like to thank both the NZIA Resene Sustainability series along with Ministry of Education, GIB, Carter Holt Harvey and Arrow International for their collaborative support of Bill’s NZ tour.

Key Speakers

About Bill Reed:

Bill is a provocative and engaging presenter and known as the father of Integrated Design Process. He started the Integrative Design Collaborative, a consulting organization working to evolve green building design practice into an approach that is fully integrated with living systems. His company Regenesis, works globally on cutting edge developments and he is much in demand as a speaker.

About Jerome Partington:

Jerome is Jasmax’s own Sustainability Manager with a remit for sustainable innovation, education and ‘greening of the business’. Jerome has piloted integrated design in NZ to create high performance buildings on NZ budgets. He was awarded the Living Building Challenge 'Hero' award at the Living Futures Un-conference, Seattle May 2013, and can offer insights to the recently completed Tuhoe Te Uru Taumatua 'Living' building in Taneatua and Pegasus Primary School near Christchurch, NZ's first Net Zero Energy School.


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