Bringing attention to HVAC&R building services’ vital role, the conference welcomes everyone interested in, affected by, or influencing where the built environment is headed.
This is AIRAH’s future-casting conference that explores the outlook for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning by looking at the drivers of change. This includes, but is not limited to:
The drive to net zero
- A sustainable future
- Industrialisation of construction
- Digitisation of the built environment
- The built environment’s role in human health and wellness
- The move from HVAC maintenance management to asset management
- Regulation of the built environment
For more information, please visit airah.org.au/future
Register by Thursday, August 17 to take advantage of early-bird pricing.
Full conference registration includes access to the Building Physics Forum (day one) and/or the Big Data and Analytics Forum (day two).
The Women of AIRAH will host a special breakfast on day two (September 14) of the conference. Spots are limited – to register, please visit this page.
*You must be an AIRAH student member to receive the student registration rate. AIRAH offers full-time students free membership, as well as discounted event registration rates. Evidence of full-time study must be provided. Please send a copy of your student card and a copy of your current statement of enrolment to [email protected]
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For further information on AIRAH’s response to COVID-19, visit airah.org.au/coronavirus