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Green Building Bible, Fourth Edition
Green Building Bible, fourth edition (both books)
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    • CommentAuthorGBP-Keith
    • CommentTimeAug 7th 2019
    The development, testing and validating of a technical design guide for ‘Cardiff Living’ Nearly/Zero Energy Dwellings for Sale and Rent’.

    Applicants must have a good first degree in a discipline such as Architecture, Architectural Technology, Building Engineering or similar Building Design or Surveying, or a relevant science subject. Ideally, applicants will also have a relevant Master’s degree. The project will involve visually assessing construction details (on paper and in-situ); testing construction fabric using thermography; monitoring thermal comfort with sensors; engaging with occupants through interviews; and evaluating heating bills liaising with utility companies. So knowledge of architectural science and physical monitoring; building design and construction details, building surveying; heating and ventilation systems; data analytical; and people skills are highly desirable.

    To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants should have UK or EU Citizenship, and reside in
    the eligible East area of Wales at the start of the project (http://www.ukassistedareasmap.com/ieindex.html). NB: The map also illustrates other assisted areas in the UK, however only the East Wales (areas of Wales which are not shaded) is eligible in this project.


    Any queries should be directed to Dr Carolyn Hayles or Dr John Littlewood: CSHayles@cardiffmet.ac.uk jlittlewood@cardiffmet.ac.uk

    To apply, please submit a completed application form to Dr Carolyn Hayles Email: CSHayles@cardiffmet.ac.uk by the 3rd September 2019, interviews will be held on the 16th September 2019.
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