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What to expect at Be2Camp

Be2Camp is an event run on unconference or BarCamp principles, that will seek find out how we can make better use of new generations of ICT tools – sometimes described as Web 2.0 – throughout the process of building a more sustainable built environment - from planning and design, through construction, to facilities management and beyond. the Be2camp event will discuss how we can combine and use mainstream…See More
Mar 11, 2011
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Feb 8, 2011
Bernie J Mitchell commented on Jodie Miners's blog post What to expect at Be2Camp
"You really do get out what you put in, by all participating we will all collaborate & connect and walk away with some 'nuggets' rather than more business cards. #be2campeast"
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Be2maps released!

Posted on October 8, 2008 at 3:30 0 Comments

We are very excited to release our first Be2camp Web 2.0 product - Be2maps!



Be2maps is a Google Map's mashup of buildings and projects around the world that are significant due to their focus on sustainability, energy efficiency, alternative energy or use of technology. The map is completely collaborative and you can add any buildings or projects that you would like to see included, so please add details of any existing buildings or proposed projects that fit this… Continue

What to expect at Be2Camp

Posted on September 24, 2008 at 0:00 4 Comments

Be2Camp is an event run on unconference or BarCamp principles, that will seek find out how we can make better use of new generations of ICT tools – sometimes described as Web 2.0 – throughout the process of building a more sustainable built environment - from planning and design, through construction, to facilities management and beyond. the Be2camp event will discuss how we can combine and use mainstream… Continue

Ma.gnolia Links Site now available

Posted on September 9, 2008 at 5:15 0 Comments

In the past few weeks of helping to unorganise Be2Camp we keep coming across really interesting things on the web, so I've set up a ma.gnolia.com links group to handle those links.



Please feel free to join ma.gnolia and join the link group to contribute links around any topic that you think may be relevant to the members of Be2Camp.



An updated feed of the recent Ma.gnolia links are displayed on the right hand side of the Be2Camp web page so you can click on any of the… Continue

Promoting the Event

Posted on August 5, 2008 at 21:30 0 Comments

The next thing we need to do is start promoting the event. Please have a look at the forum post on Promoting the event and add your ideas to the post on how to promote this excellent event to others.

We also have a facebook event so please invite your friends via facebook. http://www.new.facebook.com/event.php?eid=22179293084

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At 20:33 on June 1, 2009, Henry Loo said…
Hi Jodie,
I spotted your comments on Sandy's page about recycling buildings - datelined August 08. During our first study tour to Japan in Nov07, we came across one of the big 5 Japanese General Contractors - Shimzu - stated that they have built the world's first concrete recycling plant! This plant would harvest concrete structures salvaged from demolition and turn these lumps into particles and reuse the particles in new concrete mix. We e
were impressed but not pressed for more details. Maybe you may wish to do some research to find out more from them. Henry
At 6:58 on August 31, 2008, Mervyn Richards said…
Jodie

I would be pleased to accept your invitation to present.

regards Mervyn
At 22:19 on August 19, 2008, Sandy Mackay said…
Hi Jodie, thanks for your comments.
At BRE we are producing a policy paper looking at what the 'appropriate' life is for a house. Common thinking puts this at 60 years, but some last far less, others much longer. The key lies in the value delivered by that part of the built environment - as long as it delivers value, it will be maintained and retained. Once the value becomes negative it tends to be demolished and replaced. Good design will deliver an improved residual value even then as the built asset will contain components and materials that can be recyled/re-used at minimal cost.
At 5:33 on August 2, 2008, Martin Brown said…
Welcome Jodie.
 
 
 


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