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27 CPD FOCUS


DESIGNING FOR FLOOD RESILIENCE, RESISTANCE AND RECOVERABILITY


Delta Membranes’ CIWEM and RIBA-approved Double Point CPD ‘Flood Resilience’ seminar aims to explore Flood Resilience, Resistance and Recoverability and the use of technologies which have been used historically in below ground structural waterproofing in a variety of different situations from domestic to commercial structures. With guidance of current Standard, BS85500:2015, the seminar will provide designers with a deeper understanding of the concepts in identifying flood resilience and resistance design and the use of suitable materials and construction techniques. 01992 523 523 www.deltamembranes.com


KINGSPAN CPD OFFERS EDUCATION IN BB101


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects


NEW MASTIC ASPHALT RIBA CPD PRESENTATION


RIBA ACCREDITED CPDS – INFORMATIVE, ENJOYABLE AND LUNCH IS ON US!


The Mastic Asphalt Council (MAC) has launched its first ever RIBA-approved CPD presentation entitled ‘Black to the Future’. The presentation covers: • What mastic asphalt is, its history and its relevance in today’s market


• Performance benefits such as durability, waterproofing and fire safety


• Specification of mastic asphalt to achieve sustainability targets


• Design considerations when specifying mastic asphalt versus alternative materials


• Diversity of mastic asphalt applications


The seminar discusses how mastic asphalt may be perceived as an old fashioned building material, but like many long-lasting materials, it is being re-imagined and modified and re-examined as a highly relevant building material for today.


Kingspan Insulation has released a new, RIBA accredited CPD providing advice on how designers can use insulation specification to meet the thermal comfort requirements within Building Bulletin 101 (BB101) – Guidelines on ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools. The CPD provides a comprehensive overview of the document, which was extensively revised in 2018 and aims to achieve healthier learning environments. Amongst the key changes are stricter requirements for indoor air quality and a new adaptive approach to how thermal comfort is assessed. 01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk/cpd


Sustainability is a key area of discussion and the fact that any project receiving the performance benefits of an advanced mastic asphalt system will receive a 100 per cent CO2


neutral solution.


Design considerations are discussed, such as weight loading, access requirements and speed of installation. Alternative options and lifecycle costs are analysed, as well as the diversity of mastic asphalt applications for both new build and refurbishment projects for the entire building envelope, including roofing, paving, screeding, flooring, car parking and tanking. The presentation lasts approximately one hour and counts towards CPD points. info@masticasphaltcouncil.co.uk www.masticasphaltcouncil.co.uk


Rockfon now offer four RIBA- accredited CPDs. Held at your offices, each 45 minute seminar will explain the unique benefits of stone wool acoustic ceiling and wall solutions, and the design freedom they enable. All attendees receive an attainment certificate, double points from RIBA – and lunch is on us.


Feedback from a major practice, “We loved the discussion on architecture and how we can achieve the best performance results without having to compromise on aesthetics. Rockfon really understands our needs and challenges when it comes to acoustics and design.”


Unique Benefits of Stone Wool Ceilings and Walls for Education Studies demonstrate that the building itself can influence a teacher’s ability to impart knowledge and a student’s ability to learn. With regulations for the education sector becoming ever more challenging, building materials must meet stringent requirements.


Hygienic, Safe, Healing


Environments with great acoustics Well-designed acoustic ceilings and walls in hospitals and nursing homes can help patients sleep and reduce stress, aiding recovery. Hygienic, well-lit healthcare


environments can positively affect the wellbeing of staff and visitors too.


Interior Acoustic Surfaces for Monolithic Architecture Traditionally, to achieve good acoustics, a tiled, suspended grid ceiling would be installed. But now there is no need to compromise on aesthetic appearance as monolithic systems made from naturally occurring stone wool can achieve Class A sound absorption and a smooth and seamless surface to blend into any building from commercial to residential.


Natural Benefits of Stone Wool for Acoustic Ceilings and Walls How to create beautiful, healthy spaces which protect people from unwanted noise and the spread of fire while making a valuable contribution towards a sustainable future. The benefits of stone wool core range of acoustic solutions including ceiling tiles, baffles, wall absorbers and islands.


For further information or to book your RIBA accredited CPD seminar, please visit: www.rockfon.co.uk/learning/conti nuing-professional-development


0800 389 0314 rockfoncpd@m-spring.com


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