29 June 2010
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sarum College, Salisbury
This seminar will take a practical approach to the new regulations, paying particular attention to the following areas:
• New Part G – hygiene (particularly water use) and its crossover with Part L
• New Parts F & L – conservation of fuel and power. The speaker will summarise the main changes and brief attendees on the methods of practical compliance
• BS9999 – a short brief on the new fire code which replaced the BS5588 series, and the design freedoms it can cover.
In order to maximise the benefit to you and your company, please come to this session with as many questions as you can think of for the speaker.
: Andrew Crooks MA MRICS MIFireE joined jha innovation ltd in 2007 and is responsible for
all building control work throughout the Bristol, Hereford, South Wales and Swindon areas. Before working for jhai, Andrew worked for 18 years in local authority building control. Andrew is a chartered surveyor and fire engineer and holds a Masters degree in Management Studies. He is an APC Assessor for the Building Control faculty of the RICS. He has particular experience within the historic
environment having worked in the City of Bath for seven years. His most recent projects have been the largest PFI MOD project in the country and Bristol Airport's Terminal Building and Control Tower.
Additional speaker: Tino Rawnsley of Rawnsley Woodland Products
is a sawmiller with a passion
for home grown timber and sustainable building. He has been working with wood and trees all his life and for the last seven years he has developed RWP into a specialist supplier of home grown cladding, shingles and architectural timbers.
Tino Rawnsley's presentation
: For many years, the UK market has favoured imported timber. A fragmented forestry sector and poor promotion has meant that architects and specifiers have not been given confidence in the look, character and durability of our home grown plantation forestry. The focus on sustainable building materials has highlighted the significant benefits of choosing UK timber, both in terms of embedded carbon caused by transportation across the globe, and the ecological advantages of using locally sourced plantation timber as opposed to that imported from old growth forests. Tino will explore sustainability issues, technical specifications and the practicality of using home grown timber both as cladding and building timbers and as a carbon neutral fuel. Some recent projects supplied by
RWP have been awarded 'Excellent' BREEAM ratings.
3.5 hours of formal CPD
: Construction Skills; Statutory Requirements; Sustainable Architecture
Fees (per seminar) – 17.5% VAT applies
RIBA members £55.00 + VAT (£64.63) Students members £27.50 + VAT (£32.31)
Non-members £65.00 + VAT (£76.38) Students non-members £48.75 + VAT (£57.28)
RIBA South West