SFS has released a new RIBA-approved CPD seminar programme for building specification professionals, offering the latest technical insights for developing supreme quality, safe building envelopes.
The leading roofing and cladding fastener systems and door hinge manufacturer has produced a quintet of complementary CPD seminars which can now be booked via www.sfsintec.co.uk
This can be delivered at clients’ offices and are worth double points to RIBA Chartered Architects.
All seminars contain the freshest technical information and guidance for designing-in longevity, security, safety, legislative compliance and client satisfaction.
With seminar topics including support systems for rainscreen cladding, envelope airtightness and thermal efficiency, fixing of warm roofs, designing roof safety systems and hinge technology, the CPD seminar programme features a gamut of technical knowledge from throughout the SFS Group.
In the UK, SFS customers also benefit from a specification team, aided by a technical team and a range of practical resources. These include BIM data for fasteners, ETAs and the unique Project Builder software by Nvelope for achieving the right solution for rainscreen support systems.
Craig Winstanley, Senior Specification Manager at SFS, stressed the importance of providing clients with long term assurance, which requires detailing the fastening systems and door hinges at the design stage and not leaving these essential components to chance.
“With our guidance, our CPD seminars will help building designers succeed in this highly technical aspect of building design,” he added.
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