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RoGBC Related

Green Design Principles  
Location : Piatra Soimului Vila, Sinaia
From: Friday 18 February 2011, 00:00
To: Friday 18 February 2011, 00:00
  • "Romania Green Building Professional" Series

A full day course focused on the principles of green building design. Topics included solar orientation modelling, natural daylighting and ventilation, and success tips for sustainable construction projects. This course is a required course for those seeking the "Romania Green Building Professional" certification.

The course will be only in English, and we appologize but we cannot provide translation.

Location: Piatra Soimului Vila, Sinaia

Due to the generous support of our hosts, "Piatra Soimului" Vila, we are able to offer our all paid course attendees two free nights of accommodation for February 17 and February 18, 2011.

"Piatra Soimului Vila" is pursuing the Eco Label for Hotels as part of its commitment to environmental responsibility. For more information on the Euro Eco Label, please see these videos from RoGBC's prior "Greening our Hotels" conference, part 4 and 5.


9:00 am - Coffee and registration

9:30 am - 5:30 pm - Training

*Lunch will be provided.




The prices for attending this course are:

  • RoGBC member - individual -> 125 Euro
  • Non-member - individual -> 195 Euro

For discounts and the course program please click here.

For registration to this course only, please click here.


Aurore Julien

MCIBSE, LEED AP, BREEAM Assessor | Lecturer, Freelance Consultant for XRG Limited

Mrs. Julien is a Lecturer at the University College of London and a freelance consultant for XRG Limited. Trained as an engineer, she has expertise in environmental design, building physics, natural ventilation, daylight and renewable energy systems. Mrs. Julien has been working on a wide variety of projects, ranging from schools, hospitals, residential, and offices, both in the UK and internationally. She is a Chartered Engineer from the Institution of Building Services Engineers and attended the National Institute for Applied Sciences (INSA France) and University College London (UCL), earning a Masters in Environmental Design and Engineering, and is a LEED Accredited Professional and BREEAM assessor.

Her research studies relate to energy use behavior and energy security. Some projects include an innovative design of the natural ventilation system for the Eden Institute, the first residential CHP in the UK, based in the Altrincham development, the CHP for a new campus for Columbia University, New York, and consultancy for hospital and school PFI projects and several large scale residential developments in the UK.

Prior to her current activities, Mrs. Julien worked as an environmental designer at BDSP, a sustainability driven building consultancy. She then went on to head up sustainability of the engineering consultancy Ramboll Whitbybird (RWB) for four years. During her time with RWB, the company won the ‘Sustainability Designer of the Year Awards’ consecutively for two years (BM, 2006, and BSJ, 2007). She then lead Eco Systems for two years, a design unit of Llewelyn Davies Yeang focused on eco and sustainable design.