The Smart Buildings Show
The Smart Buildings Show

Panel Debate: Why data integrity is imperative but avoid data paralysis

This panel debate will be moderated by Lynne Ceeney, Technical Director, BSRIA


Speakers

Mark Burrows, Business Development Manager at Engie

D2 Energy 12:15

Mark is a chartered energy management professional with over 16 years’ experience and expertise in concept design, solution delivery and business development.  His current role involves driving business development and partnership management across all sectors within the UK with specific responsibility for the ENGIE’s demand side response proposition across the UK. Mark is also in his final year of his doctoral research into understanding the barriers to the uptake of energy data analytics.


Paul Mason, Digital Services Leader Europe at Honeywell

D2 Energy 12:15

Paul has almost 20-years in the industry initially serving as a HBS technician through to running large Service business’s within Europe. Paul Has been a General Manager, Sales & Service Director. In his current role, Paul Works with global technology & Marketing teams to help create and deploy IoT enabled Services that make buildings more efficient and put them to work as an asset that can help drive customer growth rather than simply being seen as an unwanted cost. Through our App development Paul is also helping to create new user experiences that deliver occupant efficiencies and experiences that drive up employee loyalty, helping customers to attract and retain talent whilst also increasing the asset value for Facility owners.


Lynne Ceeney, Technical Director at BSRIA

D2 Energy 12:15

Lynne Ceeney B.Sc (Hons), MBA, MA has had an extensive and distinguished career in the construction and built environment sector with particular interest in sustainability.

 She joined BSRIA in October 2016 from Lytton Consulting Ltd where she was Managing Director. Previous to this she held a number of roles with WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, most recently as their Global Head of Sustainability. This followed her tenure as Technical Director of Sustainability at BRE which she came to following senior roles at the Strategic Rail Authority, the Energy Savings Trust and a number of local and regional authority appointments.

Lynne is recognised as a national sustainability expert and technical consultant in the sustainable built environment and corporate sustainability arenas and has experience at UK Board and global management levels.

While at BSRIA Lynne has recognised commercial opportunities to enhance BSRIA’s reputation and support its client base – both nationally and globally. Lynne plays a critical role in supporting and enabling the industry to deliver the buildings and the building performance that investors, occupiers and society needs.

Lynne's team leads the agendas around wellbeing, liveable and smart places in which buildings and the design of the built environment play such a critical part. She also has a particular interest in the urban ecosystem and the way in which buildings interact.

 


Nick Ward, Territory Sales Manager at Qlik


Ian Adams, at Mitie