Delta Membrane Systems Limited has launched a new and update RIBA-Assessed/RIBA Approved double point CPD seminar, ‘Waterproofing Below Ground Structures to BS8102:2009’.
The seminar emphasises the correct considerations, design and installation. Delta Membrane aims to provide education to professionals within the waterproofing sector.
It is suitable for architects, those in the structural warranty sector, anyone working within design, planning and installation of any structural waterproofing projects below ground, anyone involved in retrofit and new build basements, those seeking to refresh knowledge and new employees.
Delegates will receive with first hand awareness of BS 8102:2009, the Code of Practice for Protection of Below Ground Structures.
The seminar takes into consideration new build and retrofit projects and will analyse the types of waterproofing systems available and the relevant standards and regulations that apply, along with consideration to the grades of waterproofing required.
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