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CPD FOCUS; APPOINTMENTS & NEWS POLYPIPE GETS RIBA SEAL OF APPROVAL ON LATEST UFH CPD SEMINARS


Polypipe has been awarded RIBA accreditation for its latest CPD seminar on water based under- floor heating systems. With the industry changing so


rapidly, Polypipe understands the importance of supporting the next generation of heating and plumbing professionals. Through a combination of CPD sessions delivered within architect practices and installation focused training courses delivered at the Professional Development Centre in Doncaster, Polypipe is dedicated to equipping industry professionals with all the skills and knowledge they need to adapt to new technology and best practice.


Covering a broad spectrum of topics to help architects in the specification of water based underfloor heating systems, Polypipe’s latest CPD has been assessed by the Royal Institute of British Architects, and is worth double CPD points.


Developed by Polypipe’s experienced Product Managers and Training Facilitators, the CPD seminar is designed to expand knowledge on water based under- floor heating. From the aesthetic benefits, to the energy saving associated with water-based underfloor heating, participants will receive valuable training on a range of topics, including an overview of the latest generation of temperature controls. Polypipe’s CPD seminar also covers futureproofing by exploring the latest energy efficient technologies. For example, the use of ground or air source heat pumps with water based underfloor heating, and smart technology controls allows specifiers to create a heating system that’s both comfortable and ‘green.’


There is a common misconcep- tion in the industry that underfloor heating is only avail- able for ground floors, however,


modern underfloor heating systems offer solutions for a variety of floor constructions from screeded and suspended to retrofitting over existing floors. And the systems are compatible with your choice of floor finish, including carpet, wood, vinyl and laminate as well as the tradition- ally specified tile finish. Rachel Smith, Head of Marketing at Polypipe Building Products, says: “Following the launch of the Polypipe


Professional Development Centre, these RIBA accredited courses


 BBA certification for Harmer SML


Harmer Building Drainage part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS) has been awarded BBA Agrément certification on its SML cast iron drainage for below ground applications, adding to its already certified above ground range. The certification covers the installation of foul and surface water pipes, couplings and fit-


tings in domestic, commercial and public buildings. Harmer’s below ground drainage was assessed for installed strength, water tightness, flow characteristics, resistance to chemicals found in domestic waste water, resistance to elevated temperatures, and durability.


01536 383844 www.harmerdrainage.co.uk BAL expand specification team


BAL, one of the UK’s market leaders for full tiling solutions, have appointed Paul Telfer as Specification Sales Manager for London and the South East. Paul will work with architects, designers, specifiers and contractors supporting them on M40/M20 specifications, providing project support


and delivering RIBA-accredited CPDs. With more than 15 years’ expe- rience working with market-leading building products manufacturers, Paul has a track record of working with architects and contractors to deliver high profile and high value specifications across the UK.


01782 591100 www.bal-adhesives.com  Office space part of the landscape


An architect’s practice with an impressive track record of devising office buildings as multi-use developments incorporating public spaces has won the BD Office Architect of the Year Award 2017, sponsored by GEZE UK. Fletcher Priest beat five other practices to


clinch the coveted title after evidencing the strongest body of work in the office category. Kaz Spiewakowski, managing director of GEZE UK said “I was delighted to present Fletcher Priest with their winner’s award. One New Ludgate is an excellent example of how office space can be created into a commercial multi-purpose development.”


01543 443000 www.geze.co.uk BSI recognises Ancon’s commitment


Structural steel fixings manufacturer, Ancon Building Products, has had its commitment to business excellence further recognised with long tenure awards for two of the industry’s key systems management standards. The awards, which were presented by BSI (British Standards Institution), mark over


20 years of continuous certification of Ancon’s quality management system under ISO 9001 and over 10 years’ tenure of ISO 14001 certification for its environmental management system.


0114 275 5224 www.ancon.co.uk


demonstrate Polypipe’s commit- ment to improving skills and knowledge in the plumbing and heating sector.


“By offering a wide variety of information and training sessions, we are hoping to maintain the high skill levels within the indus- try and keep architects, specifiers and installers up-to-date with the latest UFH technology and best practice.”


01709 770000 www.polypipeufh.com/RIBA-CPD





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