Office refurbishment specialist Morgan Lovell has organised the event, which takes place at Birmingham’s Radisson SAS on Wednesday, October 22.
‘Sustainable Office Design – A How To Approach’ is aimed at facilities managers and property professionals, as well as business leaders looking to update their workplaces.
Morgan Lovell’s sustainability manager Lara Conaway will offer an insight into low-cost design ideas that can help make an office more green and sustainable.
She will also describe what green products are available for the workplace, and explain how organisations can get money back from the Government for creating a more sustainable environment.
A real life case study will then be presented by Kerrie Culff from publishers Egmont UK, who will share her experience of going ‘green’ in the office and what it has meant to her company.
Julian Lebrey, managing director of Morgan Lovell in Birmingham, based in Fort Dunlop, said: “Most companies understand the moral reason for ‘greening’ their workplace, but the business benefits are often overlooked.
“However, there’s a compelling case for creating offices in tune with the environment, as they can cut costs in areas such as energy usage.
“They can also enhance staff wellbeing, with a positive affect on a company’s productivity and the bottom line.
“This seminar offers real, applicable advice that can be incorporated into today’s office design projects and offers a good starting point for businesses looking to create a more sustainable environment.”
Registration for the event is free, but spaces are limited and the same seminar held recently in London was oversubscribed. The seminar starts at 8.30am and lasts until 11am.