Registrations are now open for Australia’s key HVAC&R events: The AIRAH’s The Future of HVAC 2014.
Now in its second year, the conference will be held at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney on July 16–17. The Future of HVAC 2014 aims to explore diverse topics, including flexible construction techniques, multi-use buildings and how changing behaviours, perceptions and expectations will affect the HVAC industry.
“The Future of HVAC conference provides an opportunity to look forward at the technologies, innovations and ideas that will drive our industry in years to come,” says AIRAH COO Neil Cox. “It will bring together lynchpin industry stakeholders – from manufacturers and consultants, to contractors and facility managers – to look at the broad future of our industry.”
Conference committee chair Ania Hampton, M.AIRAH, says this year’s conference will continue to embrace the themes of technology, ideas and research, with an emphasis on adaptability and flexibility.
“We’re interested in the economic challenges and opportunities for the sector, including construction, design and manufacturing, and how the HVAC workforce will adapt in the future,” Hampton says.
For more information, or to register, visit www.airah.org.au/TheFutureofHVAC2014