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SPIRAL AND HELICAL STAIRCASE CPD WEBINARS


GLAZING SYSTEMS SEMINAR FROM TWINFIX


OVERVIEW TO STRUCTURAL WATERPROOFING


THE IMPORTANCE OF DESIGNING URBAN TREE PITS CORRECTLY


Staircase experts, Spiral UK, offer architects a live bespoke staircase CPD presentation on Microsoft Teams or Zoom free of charge at a time that suits them. The session covers: staircase design, stair regulations ADK, ADB, ADM and specifically BS5395 Part II (which relates to spiral and helical staircases), the design,


manufacture and install process, materials and finishes and case study examples. The session is 30-40 minutes depending on questions and can be tailored to the interests of the practice. Certificates of attendance can also be issued. 0330 123 2447 www.spiral.uk.com


The new seminar from Twinfix will be of particular use for those who specify glazed canopies and walkways, as well as general overhead glazing, including roof lights, across a number of sectors, education, industrial retail and rail. The seminar will enable specifiers to make more informed decisions about the products used in overhead glazing situations. The presentation in particular focuses on the benefits of non- fragile roof glazing and includes details on the recommended test for polycarbonate roofing assemblies, ACR[M]001:2014. 01925 811311


enquiries@twinfix.co.uk


Offered by structural waterproof- ing experts, Triton Systems, this online CPD seminar is ideal for those looking for a brief overview to what is a highly comprehensive subject. The 16-minute video, presented by a CSSW qualified, structural waterproofing specialist, covers the three types of structural waterproofing system (barrier, watertight concrete, and cavity drained) which are defined in the Code of Practice for protec- tion of below ground structures against water from the ground (BS 8102:2009.) It provides valuable insights into system specification as well as good site practice. 01322 318830 www.tritonsystems.co.uk/ overview-to-waterproofing-video


GreenBlue Urban are enthused to launch a new CPD workshop, assessing the importance of designing urban tree pits correctly, creating a multi-functional SuDS feature and intertwining existing utilities. This ‘free of charge’ presentation via Microsoft Teams/Zoom provides specifiers a detailed overview covering the principles and products, allowing the specifier to make an educated informed decision. Case studies and design tools are discussed such as our online Soil Volume Calculator and ArborSystem Configurator. All attendees will receive a certification towards their annual CPD credits. 01580 850 300 hello@greenblue.com


ADF SEPTEMBER 2021


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