Hambleside Danelaw

Versatile and durable GRP Roofing Systems and how they differ – Hambleside Danelaw CPD

  • 3 Mar 2021

Environmental matters and health & safety issues will be discussed, plus a full review of robust specification and design practises, in a CPD from Hambleside Danelaw on Wednesday 17th March.

From 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Versatile and durable GRP Roofing Systems and how they differ, presented by Andy Fell and Paul Turner, will cover the following…

 – The development, composition and common uses of GRP in the roofing industry

 – A comparison between ‘wet lay’ GRP roof coverings and component based factory manufactured systems

 – Uses of GRP roofing in lieu of metal and other sheet products

 – Innovative specifications and applications.

 – Environmental matters and health and safety issues.

 – Reviewing the robust specification, and design practices using GRP roof coverings.

The content will be of particular relevance to:

Architects and specifiers who are interested in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of modern GRP flat roofing systems for residential, commercial, public sector and heritage applications.

To register your place for this seminar, click here

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Hambleside Danelaw Limited
Long March,
Daventry,
Northamptonshire,
N11 4NR,
UK

T: +44 (0) 1327701900
F: +44 (0) 1327701909

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