RIBA CPD Providers Network

Sto Ltd

Sto is internationally renowned for producing innovative, environmentally friendly, durable products for the building industry. Sto was the first company to introduce into the European market crack-resistant synthetic resin renders and external wall insulation systems. Today’s extensive product ranges include StoRend external synthetic render systems, StoTherm external wall insulation systems, StoSilent seamless acoustic and chilled ceiling systems, StoDeco architectural profiles, decorative interior finishes including paints and StoVerotec rainscreen cladding systems.

Contact information

Sto Ltd
2 Gordon Avenue
Hillington Park
Glasgow
Scotland
G52 4TG
United Kingdom

www.sto.co.uk

CPD booking contact


Ms Miriam Brown
info.uk@sto.com
Tel: +44 (0)1256 332770

Approved CPD materials


Achieving Acoustical excellence with suspended ceilings
Type: Seminar
Acoustical ceiling boards and panel systems aims to advise architects and others that there are alternatives to providing balanced acoustics without having to resort to modular ceilings. Whether the terminology is "seamless" "jointless" or "monolithic" these terms all relate to current thinking when looking at internal linings on building design, without compromising acoustics.
External Wall Insulation - Exceed Part L Building Regulations
Type: Seminar
External wall systems offer an understanding of a different method of thermally cladding a building whilst enabling complete flexibility of design for buildings. You will also understand the breadth of finishes to be able to better specify materials for new build, renovation, listed buildings, etc.
Reflecting Upon Design Glass Rainscreen Cladding
Type: Seminar
This seminar explores the following topics:
  • Brief history of rainscreen cladding within architecture
  • Moisture protection benefits of rainscreen cladding
  • Thermal Perfromance benefits of rainscreen cladding
  • Design freedom benefits of rainscreen cladding
  • Detailing considerations
  • UK Testing Requirements
  • Building Regulations and Design Considerations
  • UK Project Examples

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