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CPD FOCUS


CRITTALL OFFERS CPD TRAINING APPROVED BY RIBA


LIGHTWEIGHT VENTILATED GLASS AND STONE RAINSCREEN CLADDING


BAL LAUNCHES NEW RIBA- APPROVED OUTDOOR TILING CPD


SPECIFICATION OF HINGES


Crittall has launched two RIBA- approved CPD modules. One presents ‘A strong case for speci- fying exterior steel windows and doors’, while the other addresses ‘Inspirational interiors – specify- ing steel partitions and screens’. The presentations, which each last for about an hour with full supporting material, are aimed at architectural practices and other specifiers who wish to bring their staff up to date with the latest developments in the field of steel fenestration. The growing use of steel for internal partitions and screens will be addressed in the second CPD presentations. hq@crittall-windows.co.uk www.crittall-windows.co.uk


New RIBA-Approved CPDs from Alsecco examine the use of lightweight stone and glass facades in modern construction methods. Each one-hour CPD examines the specification considerations for ventilated rainscreen cladding with the use of both lightweight natural quarried stone and lightweight glass, providing the architect and consultant with design freedom, bespoke design and aesthetically pleasing details for ashlars, mitred corners, visible edges, soffits and fins. The Lithodecor Airtech systems offer the benefits of natural stone and glass panels with speed and simplicity. 01785 818998 www.lithodecor.com


BAL has launched a new RIBA- approved CPD seminar on external tiling to balconies and terraces. The new seminar provides an overview of external tiled living spaces, how to ensure perfect lifelong installations and comparison of available assem- blies and system design. When specified with the correct tiling systems, all types of tile installa- tions are possible for outdoor use including ceramics, porcelain, some natural stone and pavers. Explores design considerations such as construction, waterproof- ing, insulation, falls, drainage, movement joints and edge details. 0797 0450 205 www.bal-adhesives.com


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


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