The latest RIBA Approved core curriculum CPD from AWMS offers in-depth insight into rainwater systems for pitched roofs.
The one hour seminar, entitled ‘Rainwater Disposal from Pitched Roofs’, is aimed at educating architects and specifiers about the design principles of gutter & downpipe drainage and parapet wall & balcony drainage.
This includes system design based on BS EN 12056 Gravity Drainage Systems for Roof Drainage. Which focuses on a balance between designing a roof drainage system that is able to cope with extreme rainfall events whilst balancing it with practicality and cost.
Other key areas include installation details & considerations along with maintenance.
To book this CPD please call Tel: 01536 383810 or email: [email protected]
Alumasc Water Management Solutions
Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401
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