ULI Poland Places+Spaces: THE FUTURE OF BUILDINGS - What does it take to build a net zero building?

When

2022-10-20
2022-10-20T17:00:00 - 2022-10-20T21:00:00
Europe/Sarajevo

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    Where

    KinoGram at Fabryka Norblina Will open in a new window Żelazna 51/53 Warszawa 00-841 POLAND

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     ULI Poland PLACES + SPACES

    THE FUTURE OF BULDINGS - What does it take to build a net zero building?

    The real estate market is about to undergo a real green revolution. Carbon risks and emissions are slowly beginning to be tangible factors that can be priced in real estate business models. Regulators, investors and customers expect more and more information from organisations. What the market lacks, however, is clarity on how to address those requirements in a technically and legally feasible way. Our aim in discussion will be to fill this gap... We'll also see some interesting presentations and case studies. 

    EVA STERNER, Head of Development of Logicenters at NREP will give a presentation - Leading the way towards carbon neutral developments – showing a new concept that Logicenters is working on to reduce the carbon emissions for logistic developments. The aim is to reach zero embedded carbon and zero operational carbon without any cost increase over the life cycle.

    KENT JACKSON, London Partner at Skidmore Owings and Merrill will present to us - Urban Sequoia: Building a Carbon Negative Future – a concept to transform the built environment into a network for absorbing carbon. Urban Sequoia envisions “forests” of buildings that sequester carbon and produce biomaterials to create a new carbon economy and a resilient urban environment.

    Presentations will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by JERZY WÓJCIK, CEO and Founder at JW+A. The discussion will also be joined by ANNA RUSINIAK, Director ESG - Europe at Invesco Real Estate and Piotr Sawicki, Vice Chair of the Board SAWAWA.

    Draft agenda:
    5pm - 5:30pm – Registration
    5:30pm - 7:30pm – Presentations and a panel discussion
    7:30 -9pm – Networking Mixer

     

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    20 October 2022 (Thursday), 5 pm - 9 pm CET
    KinoGram at Fabryka Norblina, Warsaw

     

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    KinoGram at Fabryka Norblina Żelazna 51/53 POLAND

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    Speakers

    Speaker

    Eva Sterner

    Head of Development within Logicenters, NREP

    Dr. Eva Sterner is Head of Development at NREP’s logistics division, Logicenters, and has been a driving force in making Logicenters the leading and most ESG conscious logistics investor/developer in The Nordics. Eva holds the overall responsibility for logistics developments as well as the delivery & handover to tenants. Her experience covers all logistics asset types, and most recently she has managed the ultra-complex BTS flagship development for DAGAB in Bålsta, near Stockholm, a 110,000 sqm multi-temperature distribution center with full automation installed in 70% of the premises, and the largest rooftop solar plant (80,000 sqm) in The Nordics. Eva is a Civil Engineer and holds a PhD from Luleå University of Technology.

    Speaker

    Jerzy Wójcik

    CEO and Founder, JW_A Sp. z o.o.

    Jerzy Wójcik | CEO and Founder JW+A LEED AP BD+C, BREEAM AP, WELL AP, BREEAM International and In-Use Assessor, WELL AP, Architect IARP, Green building expert He gained his 15 years of experience as an architect, assessor and consultant. Since 2014 he has been CEO of JW+A, which is one of the pioneers in the field of sustainable construction and environmental certification for developers, contractors, building owners and tenants in Central and Eastern Europe. JW+A's goal is to make a lasting and positive impact on the environment, ultimately transforming the real estate market to actually reduce the environmental impact of buildings and construction activities. All of Jerzy's strategic decisions and company development are aligned with this overarching goal.

    Speaker

    Kent Jackson

    Design Partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

    Kent is a Partner at SOM, where he leads the design of projects of a wide range of scales and uses across Europe. His work includes corporate offices, airports, transportation, residential developments and large mixed-use urban schemes. Kent’s creative approach to design responds to individual context and enables the integration of the natural and built environment. He is highly experienced at navigating complex planning approvals, zoning regulations, and heritage challenges, and is a leading advocate of SOM’s pledge to meet the AIA 2030 Commitment towards a carbon-neutral built environment.

    Speaker

    Aneta Rusiniak

    Director ESG - Europe, Invesco Real Estate TAM S.A.R.L

    Aneta Rusiniak is responsible for streamlining the implementation of ESG strategy across a European real estate portfolio of over 180 assets. Aneta has over 10 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, which she gained at the CBRE consulting agency as an analyst in the Investment Properties department and at Invesco Real Estate as an Asset Manager, while also being an active member of the Pan-European Sustainability Focus Group. She is a graduate of Warsaw's SGH, London's Kingstone University and is a member of RICS (The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors).

    Speaker

    Piotr Sawicki

    Vice Chair of the Board, SAWAWA Sp. z o.o.

    Architect, planner, and consultant, active on Real Estate market since 2003. Since 2015 until now Partner in SAWAWA Design Studio, till 2016 a Board member of OW SARP (Association of Polish Architects). 2017-2018 Deputy Director of the City of Warsaw Architecture and Spatial Planning Department, 2018-2019 Director of Economic Development Department, 2019-2020 Executive Board advisor at PFR Real Estate. Co-designer of Warsaw Royal Route revitalization, surrounding of the Polish National Stadium development and many other public spaces, as well as numerous urban design and master-planning projects of large developments. Laureate of several architectural and urban design competitions. Consultant in many RE investments –residential as well as retail, offices, and mix-use.