Registration, tea / coffee and bacon butties.
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.
by Icynene Inc
SPACETHERM: AEROGELS IN BUILDING REFURBISHMENT
This presentation discusses the basics of thermal insulation in buildings, with a particular emphasis on historical and traditional construction, before moving onto the uses of high performance aerogel insulation. This is followed by a look at hygrothermal assessment methodologies and the use of WUFI software for modelling moisture flow in buildings.
UNDERSTANDING STRUCTURAL WATERPROOFING
BS8102 2009 TYPES A B C
Basements, Cellars, Buried Podium deck, Retaining structures. This presentation outlines the principles of below ground waterproofing design, the varying forms and the importance of correct specification and design support.
SAFE ACCESS ALL AREAS
Access All Areas is your opportunity to see how to solve those tricky access problems on site, whether through the roof, the floor, or maybe moving around the roof safely. What about providing natural daylight through your access? Ever thought about using your natural smoke vent as roof access or to provide natural daylight or even an emergency escape? All this and more will be explained, attend Access All Areas and don’t forget your Bilco Freebie.
by Bilco UK Ltd
Lunch and exhibition
SBD ACCREDITED SECURITY FENCING – SHIELD AND PROTECT WITH INSURANCE BENEFITS
This presentation explains the insurance benefits of using Secured By Design accredited products. It will also explain the different ratings, SBD1,2,& 3, & LPS 1175, all the testings you need to understand in order to specify the right system to Protect, Defend and Secure
STOPPING THE NOISE FROM TILED FLOORS BEING HEARD IN ROOMS BELOW
Tiling a floor increases the loudness of footsteps heard in the room or apartment underneath. In shared accommodation, solutions are therefore necessary to allow tiling to be installed without causing noise pollution to the neighbours below. This CPD examines the common methods used and compares them with using an impact-sound reducing tile backer board such as the SoundBoard by Marmox.