Lean design principles and implementation

Author: Natasha Watson and Margaret Cooke

Date published

30 October 2020

Price
Free
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Lean design principles and implementation

Date published

30 October 2020

Author

Natasha Watson and Margaret Cooke

Price

Free

Author

Natasha Watson and Margaret Cooke

Learn how to change your designs to reduce carbon in your projects.

This recording features two presentations:
  • 10 lean things to do on your next project
  • Lean design meets project reality

Recorded at the Climate Emergency Conference 2020: Sustainable design in a climate emergency.
 

Lean design principles and implementation

About the speakers

Natasha Watson
After achieving First Class Hons in MEng Architectural and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath, Natasha complete an EngD in Systems Engineering from the University of Bristol.
Natasha is part of Buro Happold’s Urban C:Lab; a two year research and developmental programme for the future leaders of the practice that aims to solve the intractable urban challenges facing the world today. She is exploring emergent disruption in the built environment.

Margaret Cooke
Margaret is a Director at Integral Engineering. She leads the conservation and re-use side of the business and is a Conservation Accredited Engineer. She also oversees the HR functions of the Practice.
On the early stages of all conservation projects, Margaret provides the strategic direction. Margaret remains visible once the project is on track, supporting the Project Engineers, providing her knowledge and expertise to both the Integral team and the client.


 

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:38:12
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Guidance Climate change Conceptual Design Video IStructE London HQ

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