PassivPod’s Clive and Issi attended a construction industry networking event in Brighton and asked industry professionals about their thoughts on PassivPod.
We’ve edited their responses into a short one-minute clip. See what they have to say!
PassivPod has been endorsed by many construction industry professionals, including Bola Ogunmefun (MEng CEng MIStructE) of Lyons O’Neill, who said:
“When Mark showed me the conceptual images of the PassivPod, ideas of how to engineer and build it quickly came to mind. We can quickly test and refine these ideas due to our engineering experience and close working relationship with timber fabricators. We are confident that by adopting our design processes, we can provide an efficient engineered structural solution for the PassivPods.
“We are really excited about developing this design and look forward to working with Koru Architects.”
“I would gladly endorse PassivPod, which is a zero-carbon, biophilic building. This product is a true bioeconomy star as it
a) improves economic competitiveness through the development of this innovative, high value-added product, combining nature’s diversity with science and technology to generate new business,
b) benefits the environment and human health by helping to mitigate and adapt to climate change, contributing to resource efficiency and cutting waste and pollution and
c) produces wider social benefits by stimulating rural and urban economies, providing improved employment opportunities and increased consumer choice.”
Lorraine Bell, Business Support Manager of Green Growth Platform said:
“PassivPod has significant international growth potential as a unique elliptical multi-purpose zero-carbon biophilic building.
“The business model, team and marketplace are a perfect fit for profitable development and, from our proven expertise in low carbon technical design and engineering, we are well qualified to support and encourage its future success.”
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