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CIBSE awards 2010 Final shortlists
Sustainability stars
Who will be the lucky winners at the
CIBSE Low Carbon Performance
Awards ceremony early next year? We
unveil the shortlisted candidates, the
judges – and what they are looking for
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Innovative and inspirational Client of the Year – Low Carbon
solutions for promoting Operation award is for clients who
sustainability are at the heart of can show a firm commitment to
the many entries to the CIBSE Low minimising actual carbon emissions, The winners show off their trophies at the 2009 CIBSE Low Carbon Performance Awards
Carbon Performance Awards 2010, backed by operational data.
which will be held at London’s Two new categories this year who, through being involved in the cutting emissions – particularly
Grosvenor House on 3 February. also recognise the contributions CIBSE 100 Hours of Carbon Clean through the application of Display
The awards recognise and reward of other key players in the industry. Up Campaign, has demonstrated Energy Certificates and Energy
proven achievements in delivering The Contractor of the Year award outstanding leadership Performance Certificates. In the
carbon savings in buildings. When is aimed at those companies that determination, application and Low Carbon Energy Assessor –
it comes to the awards for New can demonstrate a commitment initiative in changing their work DEC of the Year and LCEA – EPC
Build Project and Refurbishment to sustainability in their projects culture as well as helping to reduce of the Year categories, the judges
Project, the judges have focused on and their own operations. Similarly, carbon emissions. have focused on evidence of how
evidence of building performance the Consultancy of the Year award Also focused on the Carbon Clean the certificates have been applied,
and how this measures up against is aimed at firms whose work Up Campaign, the Best Carbon including the implementation
the requirements of the Building demonstrates a commitment Saving award will be presented of recommendations in the
Regulations. Evidence of occupant to producing aspirational and to the organisation whose 100 accompanying reports.
satisfaction is a key factor. sustainable buildings. Hours programme is judged to be The February 3 awards ceremony
The awards, now in their third year, Individual energy and facilities delivering the best ongoing carbon- once again promises to be a true
also recognise the contribution of managers who can demonstrate saving performance as a result of celebration of the advancements
clients in pushing the sustainability such leadership and achievement the initiative undertaken. All building and achievements of the best in
agenda. The Client of the Year – in their own work are recognised types and sectors were eligible for low-carbon performance. To book
Energy Performance award focuses in the Low Carbon Operator/ this category. your table at the event, download
on issues such as educating and Manager category. The Champion Two further awards aimed at a booking form at www.cibse.org/
motivating staff to be aware of of Carbon Saving Champions award individuals seek to recognise the awards2010 or email eventscene1@
energy-saving strategies, while the will be presented to an individual success of energy assessors in btinternet.com l
The judges
Cal Bailey, NG Bailey involved in the development of Simon Hancock, Atkins also had a major input to the
Cal has been industry guidance on the As design director at implementation of the EPB
marketing and implementation of the European Atkins, Simon’s focus Directive in England and Wales. He
sustainability director Performance of Buildings Directive, is on design excellence is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of
of NG Bailey since including energy assessment and and he currently chairs Engineering and has been awarded
2007. He is affiliated air conditioning inspection the design and a CIBSE Silver Medal and the
to many industry bodies and is a guidance. innovation board for the group. He is IMechE Construction and Building
founder member of Buildoffsite and also on the board of the engineering Services Divisional prize.
the UK Green Building Council, as Dave Farebrother, Land Securities and major projects division. During
well as a member of CIBSE, the Dave has been his career he has designed office Mike Simpson, Philips Lighting,
Institute of Family Business and the environmental buildings, schools and universities, CIBSE President
Institute of Chartered Accountants director at Land museums and art galleries, hotels Mike has worked in
for England and Wales. Securities for 12 years, and leisure, business parks, airports the lighting profession
and was previously the and industrial facilities. for the past 30 years
Hywel Davies, CIBSE group’s energy manager. He was with several European
Dr Hywel Davies is named the 2007 Institute of Steve Irving, AECOM manufacturers. He
CIBSE technical Environmental Management and Steve has been with has been involved in preparing both
director with Assessement Environment Manager Faber Maunsell/ national and international design
responsibility for the of the Year. He holds fellowships at AECOM for over 30 standards and guides, and preparing
technical the Royal Society of Arts and the years, and for the past legislation on energy saving. He is a
development of CIBSE’s Energy Institute, and is a member of 10 he has been past president of both the Society of
publications, guidance and policy the sustainability panels for BPF and working with government on Light and Lighting and the
for engineers. He was closely the British Council of Offices. successive revisions of Part L, and Institution of Lighting Engineers.
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