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NCC 2022, BASIX & the new Design and Place SEPP Update: MP2202

Martin Pinson
Formal CPD
1 Hour - FORMAL
Duration: 00:56:50

This presentation will examine the dramatic changes (both recent and imminent) to various sustainable building design tools including: NCC 2019, NCC 2022, BASIX 2022 and Design and Place SEPP 2022. 

These tools and guidelines have all introduced significantly tougher targets and more rigours analysis tools for various aspects including water, energy, materials and thermal comfort. In particular, the NCC 2022 is set to have some huge changes to aspects of thermal comfort, energy efficiency and Section J. 

The new NatHERS targets in NSW (under BASIX) and other states (under the NCC) are all rising dramatically in 2022 and this will cause a significant shift in the way that dwellings are designed, detailed and built. 

This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, & 8
At the completion of this course you will:

  • Learn about the upcoming changes to the NCC 2022
  • Understand how the 2022 NCC will impact design & construction in Australia
  • Learn about the accompanying changes to BASIX 2022
  • Appreciate how 2022 NCC Section J affects Multi-Residential dwellings
  • Understand how the BASIX 2022 will incorporate the Embodied Carbon of Materials
  • Appreciate the increasing efficiency targets as we move towards Net-Zero Carbon in 2050

              Recognised by the NSW ARB, ARB of Victoria, BA of Qld, AB of WA, Work Stds Tas, APB of SA, PIA, AILA & BDA

              • PRESENTER
              • FORMAL CPD/CPE POINTS

              • Senior Sustainability Consultant, Green Star Assessor, NatHERS Assessor, Sustainability Assessor, 

                Environmental Engineer & Architect 

                Martin (B. Env. Eng. Hons 1, B. Arch. Hons 1) is a qualified environmental engineer, architect and sustainability consultant, with 20 years of post-graduate experience. He has worked with INTEGRECO for around 15 years as a: 

                • Senior Sustainability Consultant;
                • Energy and Water Consultant and Certifier;
                • BASIX Assessor (Water, Energy, Thermal Comfort);
                • Thermal Comfort energy modeller (AccuRate and BERS Pro);
                • Section J Assessor (i.e. NCC Energy Performance Assessor);
                • Green Star® Building Sustainability Assessor;
                • NatHERS thermal comfort Assessor;
                • EarthCheck® Sustainability Assessor, and;
                • LCA and Carbon Assessor of materials and buildings.
                  Martin has worked on numerous Sustainability Consulting projects undertaking energy assessments, water assessments, carbon analysis, materials selection and sustainable design consulting. He has worked on a wide variety of retail, commercial and residential development projects, including:
                • Sydney University - Energy Modelling and Section J for College Buildings Alterations and Additions;
                • Macquarie University - Water Analysis and Design - Sewer mining, water recycling. modelling and monitoring for sports facilities ($1.6m capital costs and huge operational savings);
                • Eco-fitouts for Brisbane City Council Headquarters and AMP Headquarters Sydney;
                • ‘Waterpoint, Shepherds Bay’, ‘Australia Towers, Sydney Olympic Park’, ‘Wentworth Point Marinas’, ‘VQ Harbour Views’ and numerous other projects for Billbergia;
                • ‘Trio Camperdown’, ‘Putney Hill, Sydney’, ‘Queens Riverside, Perth’ and others for Frasers Property;
                • Sustainability Strategies for Boral, CSR Hebel, Holsworthy Army Base and numerous others;
                • Many other projects for Landcom, Australand, Watpac, Mirvac, Holdmark, Rose Group, Masterton, Robertson+Marks, Giles Tribe, NAHAS, JK Developments, Payce, Total Construction, m3 architecture, Cox Architecture, Scott Carver, Mono Constructions, JPRA, DeiCorp, SEMF, Farrell Coyne, Connectland, Aria Property, TZG, jaa studio, RMG Design Studio and others.
                  Martin has significant experience and capability in: 
                  • Sustainable materials;
                  • Water efficiency;
                  • Energy efficiency and renewable energy;
                  • Healthy Interiors (Indoor Environment Quality);
                  • Passive solar and thermal envelope design strategies;
                  • Green Star projects - assessments, management and project facilitation;
                  • Life-cycle and carbon intensity assessment of buildings and products, and;
                  • Project management and co-ordination.