The event will be held at the Inmarsat Conference Centre on 3rd February 2015 Explore Offsite is a combined conference and exhibition, aiming to create a platform for construction clients, architects, engineers and contractors to discuss the latest offsite construction solutions. Focusing on developers who are involved in offsite construction on a daily basis, it[…]
Four regional seminars are taking place in London, Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester, with the half-day sessions focusing on issues within the timber frame trade and specifically targeting housing associations, contractors and house builders. The benefits of constructing using timber frame, the materials history, as well as sources of timber products used for building, will be[…]
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BM TRADA ‘Fire Protection Measures Understanding Your Responsibilities’ Seminar dates 7 October 2014 at the Holiday Inn Express, NEC, Birmingham, to coincide with Timber Expo 5 November 2014 at the Thistle Portland Hotel in Manchester
The programme will be delivered by a panel of experts, including representatives from BM TRADA, the Association of Specialist Fire Protection, the Fire Protection Association, the Chief Fire Officers Association and law firm Browne Jacobson.
DCE are the UK’s leading presenters of regional CPD networking events for Building and Construction professionals.
Presented by members of the BM TRADA frameCHECK team, the content covers the benefits of building with cross laminated timber, manufacturing, pre-processing off site, design and detailing, hybrid forms, shrinkage, fire and disproportionate collapse.
Attendance Certificates are issued upon completion and refreshments are available, including lunch provided for all pre-registered delegates.