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    RACCA Australia have published their seventh article in their Throwback Thursday–ARBS Series, with this week’s article focusing on ARBS 2010.

    This year’s ARBS Exhibition will be held at the Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, from 12-14 April. At the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest HVAC industry event, more than 10,000 visitors will attend over three days, intent on hearing the latest from an international panel of experts, and visiting the Exhibition to see the latest products and converse with their peers.

    “This year’s seminar speaker line-up is one of our best ever,” Exhibition Manager, Sue Falcke said.

    “We have Australian and international experts talking about key issues facing the industry including climate issues and energy efficiency, along with a variety of others. It’s also the year that we’re launching the ARBS Industry Awards, which we’re all very excited about.”

    The ARBS Industry Awards will put the spotlight on the exceptional talent in the industry. Finalists are already listed on the ARBS website and winners will be announced at the gala dinner on 13 April.

    The seminar series comprises more than 40 seminars and workshops. The keynote speaker, Professor Sue Roaf from the UK, will educate attendees on what she calls “the coming age of dark cities” and discuss how to avert this threat by building robust, resilient and low risk buildings. Other international speakers include: Mr Roderic Bunn talking about the Soft Landings framework and Dr Bill Bordass, who will bust some myths about building performance and discuss the science of buildings, energy and carbon.


    The article can be read in full here:


    Have you been to any of the seminars held at ARBS? If you have, how have you or your business benefited from them? Feel free to login and comment below.

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