A host of successful brands are named in the assessment, with Visa taking top place in the table and Google and Apple following closely behind.
Barratt Developments has been building homes nationwide for over 50 years and is one of the UK’s largest house builders.
Metsec worked alongside Stanmore for Countryside Properties to provide the external envelope design for 167 residential units, as well as contributing to the design and supply of steel framing to the Emerald Square residential scheme, delivered by Ferns Drylining.
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.
The Red Cedar Shingles produce a value of K=0.1067W/moC and aim to create a unique texture and appearance to traditional architecture.
BM TRADA is a notified body and can carry out UKAS accredited FPC certification to make the CE marking process more understandable for clients.
Jewson has over 600 branches across the UK, as well as 35 specialist timber branches offering practical support for trade professionals.
The promotion will run between 13th 25th January 2014 across all Jewson branches.
The training days take place at BM TRADA’s headquarters on the following dates: March 11th May 7th September 25th November 5th For more information including costs and booking details, visit www.bmtrada.com/technical/trainingor contact the training department on 01494 569620 or email [email protected]
Cross Laminated Timber was used to deliver a solid structure and energy efficient building, whilst 100% of wood products supplied were legal and sustainable,’ attaining 96.3% PEFC certified timber by volume.