Airflow’s latest CPDs, which have been developed to adise on legislation for designers and specifiers of ventilation within public and residential buildings, have been RIBA approved.
The CPDs have been developed to address the issue of ventilation by providing essential specification guidance.
Entitled ‘UK Building Regulations relating to Ventilation and Heat Recovery’, Airflow’s first CPD delivers information on the UK building regulations which relate to the ventilation of residential buildings.
It covers Approved Documents (Part F and Part L1 and L2) and their Compliance Guides, in relation to the four primary types of ventilation.
The second CPD, ‘Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery in non residential buildings’, is both RIBA and CIBSE approved.
It has been designed to explain the contribution ventilation makes to comfortable and healthy commercial buildings by exploring the debate surrounding energy efficient ventilation technologies in non-residential applications.
The CPD also works to demonstrate the cost and environment benefits of MVHR specification.
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