RIBA CPD Providers Network

Kingspan Insulated Panels

Kingspan Insulated Panels manufacture insulated roof, wall and façade systems for all types of building purposes and applications. Products are compliant with L2A, Section 6 (Scotland) and are available with LPCB/FM approval, BBA and BRE A-rating certification.

Contact information

Kingspan Insulated Panels
Greenfield Business Park No 2
Greenfield
Holywell
Flintshire
CH8 7GJ
United Kingdom

www.kingspanpanels.com

CPD booking contact


Ms Jodie Williams
jodie.williams@kingspanpanels.com
Tel: +44 (0)1352 717252

Approved CPD materials


2010 Non-Domestic Building Regulations UK: Part L2A, L2B and Scotland Section 6: The Route to Net Zero Carbon Buildings
Type: Seminar
This seminar will educate the audience on the implications of the new regulations. Topics include:
  • Achieving acceptable building C02 emission rate (BER). 25% overall improvement compared to 2006 regulations
  • Limits on design flexibiliy, U values, air leakage, building services
  • Limiting solar gain in summer, new rules
  • Building performance consistent with BER
  • Providing information for building log book
  • Section 6
  • Scotland
CDM Regulations (1994) Designers and Contractors Compliance guide
Type: Literature
The literature sets down the basic facts and information which must be considered by designers and contractors when specifying profiled metal roofing and cladding systems.
Changes to the Building Regulations and Approved Documents effective from July 1995
Type: Literature
This design guide is intended to bring to designers' attention the issues associated with changes to the thermal insulation regulations and the impact they will have in the selection of roof and wall cladding specifications on industrial and commercial buildings after their implementation in July 1995.
Delivering Sustainable Construction in the Non-Domestic Market Sector
Type: Seminar
This seminar discusses the environmental credentials of PIR insulated panels and looks at the issues which need to be considered when selecting the building envelope and explains ways of assessing sustainability using methods such as GRI Reporting, BRE Environmental Profiling, BREEAM, End of Life Management and Carbon Management Solutions.
Factory Insulated Panels or Built Up on Site Systems
Type: Seminar
This seminar looks at how the various systems on offer tend to perform based on the requirements of clients and the various building regulations and standards.
Innovative Envelope Solutions
Type: Seminar
- Modern methods of construction - Development of composite insulated panels - Innovative “through wall” solutions - Unitised system benefits - Façade options
Insulated Roof and Wall Cladding Systems - Infra-red Comparison Study
Type: Literature
The literature looks at site assembled built up systems and factory.
Kingspan Factory Tour
Type: Factory Visit
A tour of Kingspan facilities at Holywell, North Wales and Kingscourt, Ireland, looking closely at the production of rigid urethane insulated panels. The aim of the half day is to learn how insulated panel is produced and to see the high level of expertise involved.
Roof Mounted Solar Photovolatic Systems for Commercial and Industrial Buildings
Type: Seminar
This seminar will:
  • Provide an understanding of the challenges to the UK commercial and industrial property sector with specific regard to the impending 2013 Building Regulations
  • Highlight and suggest a solution for the need for a viable, sustainable energy source
  • Help maximise the feed in tariff benefits
  • Show cost prostive turnkey solutions
Working Towards Responsible Construction: On Site Considerations
Type: Seminar
This seminar will introduce the concept of responsible construction and describe its attributes in the context of the activities that occur on site, show how specification of particular types of construction element can help promote responsible construction and reassure specifiers that choosing products that meet the needs of responsible construction need not affect the aesthetics and design creativity of a project.

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