Last year, Ortus, a learning centre in London, designed by Duggan Morris Architects won the Best Education Award and went on to receive the overall Supreme Winner Award.
The RIBA approved session will be touring across the UK as part of the RIBA CPD Providers Roadshows, providing information for architects and specifiers on industry and technical developments.
The Wood for Good campaign aims to promote the suitability and sustainability of wood as a building material to the construction and logistics sectors.
The Innovation Centre, located on Great Portland Street in central London, has become a popular hub for exchange and dialogue between influential figures in the construction industry. Shalini Patel, Marketing Manager for the Saint-Gobain Innovation Centre: We’re very excited to be launching a new series of RIBA-approved CPD sessions at the Innovation Centre. The seminar[…]
BM TRADA will also be hosting an awards ceremony for the Velocity in British Timber student competition,’ including a series of short presentations by the finalists.
A diverse range of training, CPD course and software tutorials delivered by Stroma’s technical experts revolve around subjects including, energy assessment, Green Deal, Code for Sustainable Homes and Energy Companies Obligation.
The qualification is delivered in collaboration with Passitherm, and is a highly regarded skill for energy consultants and designers wanting to achieve energy efficient standards in buildings through a fabric first approach.
The event is £49 +VAT, or free to all Stroma members; Stroma is accepting online applications for membership.
The 2014 award winners were selected from more than 150 leading companies, who collectively have supported more than 400,000 young people in finding work, saving £24.6m through reducing unemployment rates.
Launched by the organisers of the FIT Show (Fabricator Installer Trade Show), the new exhibition is aimed at builders and contractors and those working in the refurbishment and home improvement industries.