Robert Mannes the Director of 22 degrees which is a full service, building services design and consulting business. They work with diverse clients throughout New Zealand providing HVAC, hydraulics and electrical engineering solutions. We deliver smart, sustainable, innovative designs which are specific to the needs of each project.
Lance Jimmieson - Director of Jackson Engineering, Robert Mannes - Director of 22 Degrees
HVAC Systems are an increasingly key ingredient to the success or otherwise of our commercial building stock.
Embracing hybrid working, addressing concerns around Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), the need to reduce our carbon footprint are seemingly opposing forces in the drive towards creating ‘Fit-for-purpose’ buildings.
The changing landscape is putting the spotlight on traditional approaches to creating Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning systems that meet the current and future needs and concerns of building owners and tenants alike.
A ‘Change in Conversation’ is required at the investors table, around the design table and among FM professionals if the conversation around the water cooler in the many tenancies across the country is to remain positive.
Join this presentation to understand some of the concerns and drivers pushing for a more considered approach. Gain industry leading insights into what needs to change in order to achieve ‘Fit for Purpose’ solutions to these issues.
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