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23 CPD FOCUS STEP ON IT!


Quantum Flooring Solutions’ CPD looks at the guidelines for the specification of a safe stair- way. The presentation deals with the subject of how to make commercial stairways safe and meet with all current building regulation guidelines. The CPD presentation includes: What stair nosings are designed to achieve and how to select the right one; Key Legislation and Industry Standards; How recent BRE and Equality Act (Formally DDA) guidelines affect specifications; Environmental and Health and Safety considerations; Examples of best practice. The seminar lasts 45-60 minutes including time for a Q and A session. All seminars are part of the RIBA core curriculum syllabus. 0161 627 4222 www.quantumflooring.co.uk


WETROOM & DESIGN SPECIFICATION


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects


TWO NEW RIBA ASSESSED CPD SEMINARS FROM COMAR


CHIMNEY DESIGN AND RESTORATION OF FLUES AND DUCTS


CPD COVERS CHANGES TO BB101 IN SCHOOLS


In two RIBA assessed seminars, Comar outlines: Stand & Deliver: a Study of curtain Walling – the design of curtain walling, it's properties and how it is used by specifiers. This seminar aims to offer an understanding of the points of Hll in the NBS specification system, and how best to make use of it. Designing functions & reliability into entrances – the issues that influence the function of main entrance design and technology. This seminar aims to offer an understanding of how user expectation influences door design and links this with hardware selection, entrance configuration and floor finishes. 020 685 9685 www.comar-alu.co.uk


SPECIFICATION OF HINGES


Flue Liner Solutions are offering a RIBA approved CPD presentation entitled Chimney design and restoration of flues and ducts. This seminar will give an overview of chimneys, factors to take into account when designing buildings and an awareness of common problems. It will help architects to understand the following topics: chimney design and sizing; flue lining systems and suitability for different appliances and fuel types; remedial works to existing chimneys; maintenance requirements for chimneys as well as understanding chimney terminals and chimney fans. 07925 142789 www.fluelinersolutions.co.uk


TRIED, TESTED AND TRUSTED FIRE PROTECTION FOR TIMBER


The popular Wetroom Design & Specification CPD from CCL Wetrooms, guides Architects through the process of designing and specifying a watertight wetroom. Run free of charge at a time to suit your practice, the 45 minute technical presentation is a comprehensive seminar covering all aspects of wetroom design and specification. This includes wetroom design & layout, water- proofing, drainage, floor build up and installation. An informative section on how wetrooms can help meet the Lifetime Homes Standard is also covered within the session. 0844 327 6002 www.ccl-wetrooms.co.uk


SIMONSWERK RIBA approved CPD on the Specification of Hinges will provide Architects with the technical knowledge for specifying the correct hinge for the right application. The presentation offers guidance on Door Specification, Legislation, Building Regulations, Fire & Safety in use, CE marking – MANDEC and the Equality Act. SIMONSWERK have over 35 years experience in the manufac- ture of high quality brass, aluminium and stainless steel hinges for doors, windows & conservatories. Ranges include the TECTUS system and the TRITECH solid brass hinge. 0121 522 2848 www.simonswerk.co.uk


Lonza Wood Protection’s DRICON and NON-COM Exterior fire retardant treatments for timber are designed to protect timber cladding and plywood panels for new build projects. DRICON is fully tried and tested for internal applications and NON-COM Exterior for external cladding projects. The one-off treatments provide a long term, no maintenance, built-in protection for the service life of the timber component. As well as offering a RIBA accredited CPD on fire protection for timber Lonza has launched its new specification focused website. 01977 714000 www.lonzafiretreatments.eu


For specifiers involved in the design of school buildings, natural ventilation specialist Passivent offers a CPD seminar covering the imminent changes to the Department for Education’s Building Bulletin BB101. The new ‘Guidelines on ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools’ will see a number of key changes to the way air quality and thermal comfort are managed within school build- ings. The new document will replace the current 2006 edition and will have significant impact on ventilation design strategies and system choices. As a member of the BB101 advisory group, Passivent is ideally placed to provide guidance on the changes and how to achieve future compli- ance. Its recently updated CPD entitled ‘Natural Ventilation in Schools & Commercial Buildings’ will include the key changes to BB101 and provide advice on the range of ventilation strategies available to enable specifiers to determine the correct strategy at the early design stage of a project. The CPD will also explain the association between BB101 and relevant Building Regulations as well as the importance of compu- tational modelling to ensure a robust ventilation strategy. The CPD is free of charge and can be held at the client’s offices. To take advantage of the CPD, please contact Passivent at projects@passivent.com, via telephone or vising the website. 01732 850 770 www.passivent.com/cpd


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