RIBA CPD Providers Network

Euroclad Ltd

Euroclad Ltd a leading producer of steel and aluminium building envelope systems - provides specifiers with ultimate choice in achieving design criteria, whilst maintaining integrity, with a wide range of complementary systems, including roofs, walls, fabrications and rainscreens.

Contact information

Euroclad Ltd
Wentloog Corporate Park
Wentloog Road
Cardiff
South Glamorgan
CF3 2ER
United Kingdom

www.euroclad.com

CPD booking contact


Mr Paul Phillips
ribacpd@euroclad.com
Tel: +44 (0)29 2079 0722

Approved CPD materials


Design and Specification of ACM/MCM Rainscreen Façades and Feature Details in Today's Architecture
Type: Seminar
This seminar will educate the audience on the make up, composition, application, maintenance, aesthetics and sustainability benefits of metal composite and aluminium composite rainscreen materials, used primarily on building fa├žades.
Factors to Consider when Specifying a Standing Seam Roof
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to give architects a clear understanding of the full manufacture and construction build up of composite panel and standing seam wall and roof systems, with reference to the current building regulations.
Factors to Consider when Specifying Built up Roof and Wall Systems
Type: Seminar
The seminar will explore the concept, finishes and components within built up roofing and wall systems.
Sustainable Roof and Wall Cladding: Built-Up Steel Systems
Type: Seminar
Built-up steel cladding systems provide a modern, sustainable solution for the building envelope of many buildings. This CPD introduces these systems and the results which can be achieved with them. The CPD provides a background to assessing the sustainability of building components, then shows how built-up steel cladding systems meet the various criteria of sustainability. There is an emphasis on the contribution that these building envelope solutions can make to reducing the whole-life impact of construction, including not only emboided impacts, but the in-use phase and the practicalities of dealing with construction materials at end-of-life.

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