Registration, tea / coffee and bacon butties.
BUILDING REGULATIONS 2017 UPDATE
The future of Building Regulations and how it will impact you, includes changes to Part M and new Parts Q and R.
THE MANAGEMENT AND ERADICATION OF NON NATIVE PLANT SPECIES INCLUDING JAPANESE KNOTWEED
The seminar will cover the identification and eradication of non native invasive plant species including Japanese Knotweed, Giant Hogweed and Himalayan Balsam within the construction sector to increase land bank values and containment within amenity areas. Items covered in the seminar include new and traditional proven techniques of containment and eradication including the hugely successful, cost effective and ecologically sound Stem Injection process
AN ECOLOGICAL SOLUTION TO KNOTWEED USING NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE MEMBRANES
DuPont™ is a science-based company and thanks to our expertise and unique technology over the past 40 years, has continually improved its products geared towards the control of green areas, in an environmentally friendly and ecological way, whilst allowing for a better cohabitation in urban zones. The 2016 product offering from DuPont™ is wide and now includes the new, high performance Knotweed barrier, Plantex Patinium.
FABRIC FIRST AND AIR TIGHTNESS – ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND MOISTURE CONTROL
An update on meeting both Approved Document C (Moisture) and L (Energy Efficiency) using Tyvek and Airguard as well as the requirements of BS5534:2014 – the code of practice for slating and tiling with one proven, BBA certified membrane system.
Lunch and exhibition
CONTROL AIR LEAKAGE – REFERENCING PART L OF THE BUILDING REGULATIONS BY ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM INSULATION SYSTEM
The objective of this seminar is to offer a brief update on recent developments in building science, with an emphasis on airtightness in buildings and its importance for energy savings and moisture vapour transmission. The author’s Canadian perspective also provides a look at how these issues are handled elsewhere.