The new design of the space was the main theme, and their careers talk drew on these translatable life skills – encompassing all disciplines used in the construction industry. Max went on to give some insights into his own career as an acoustic consultant and no doubt in a few years to come MACH Acoustics will be able to gain from the new generation of enthused acousticians and engineers.
Bite-Size Session: The Future of Windows – a sustainable approach to acoustic design – Bristol
“Excellent coverage for both established Green Register members and novices”
“Informed recommendations and some myths debunked”
“Lots of stuff I didn’t know! Enjoyed the interactive format”
17-18 King Street
Bristol, BST BS1 4EF
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We all use the word “Sustainable” but is our general over use of the on trend word more of a hindrance now to those who truly practise what we preach – and do we really understand it in it’s purest concept? Max Reynolds explains:
A common model for understanding sustainability is the “three pillars model” which was first introduced during the 2005 World summit on social development as a way of visualising the key components of sustainable development. This is a useful image as it provides us with a clear visualisation of the balancing required and that for truly sustainable development we need to address all three.
Three Pillars Of Sustainability