Ireland remains in the grip of a national housing crisis, with increasing demand for housing units across the country, which need to be delivered at a higher pace. The need for rapid-build is happening at a time when the nearly Zero Energy Building standard (nZEB) is about to become mandatory in Ireland. We need to deliver not just ‘quantity’ therefore, but also ‘quality’ to ensure that we meet our commitments on energy efficiency.
For this reason, the new-formed organisation nZEB Ireland decided to plan a national Rapid Build Conference for June 22nd at Dublin Institute of Technology, in the heart of Dublin city.
The conference will feature several case studies of rapid build high-performance housing as well as three international presenters who will showcase best-practice for both new-build as well as retrofit, and an impressive exhibition floor showcasing the very latest in rapid-build solutions and technologies. By attending the conference up to 6 CPD points can be collected.
The Passive House Association of Ireland is supporting this event and PHAI Members will avail of discounted tickets. For more details about the conference please visit rapidhousing.nzebi.ie