6 March 2019
Stonework repairs and the use of lime mortars: a look behind the scenes at the Worcester Cathedral stone yard.
Programme 10.30 am – 4pm
10.30 – Arrive at The Guildhall, High Street, Worcester for refreshments
11.00 – 12.15 – AGM followed by Branch meeting
12.15 – 12.30 – Introduction to afternoon visit to Worcester Cathedral Stone yard.
12.30 – 1.45 – Lunch. Please find your own in the town.
1.45 – MEET BACK OUTSIDE GUILD HALL – Walk to Cathedral Stone yard or alternatively straight there for 2 pm, if you know where it is!
2.00 – 4.00 – Worcester Cathedral Stone yard for talk and visit on stonework repairs and lime mortars (Darren Steele).
4.00 pm FINISH
What are the CPD benefits? Which IHBC Areas of Competence will be developed?
IHBC Area of Competences (AOCs) to be addressed:
Professional: 1. Conservation Philosophy;
Evaluation :3. History ; 4 Analysis
Intervention: 8 Technology Stonework repairs and the use of lime mortars
Cost: Free, but buy your own lunch
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21 – 22 February 2019
This 2-day Course will address the Conservation, Repair and Maintenance Requirements of Sash and Case, and a range of other Traditional Windows. This Course will be of immense benefit to: Joiners, Architects and other Construction Industry Professionals, as well as Owners of Traditional Buildings, Local Authority Planning and Maintenance Staff, and representatives of Conservation Organisations.
The all-inclusive fee for attending the Course is £175 – which includes lunch and refreshments on both days.
For further information, or to book a place on the Course, call 01888 511347, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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26 November 2018
Fit for the Future and STBA are collaborating to bring you and event which explores the practical responses to MEES. The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards for properties in the private rented sector were introduced in April of this year. These regulations are particularly challenging for owners and managers of portfolios of older buildings – especially as MEES are based around EPCs and these often do not accurately reflect the performance of solid-walled and other traditionally-constructed buildings – both domestic and non-domestic.
We will begin with an update from BEIS on the regulations themselves, then show how some portfolio owners have developed practical responses to meet these targets, and explore the inconsistencies between reducing energy use and improving EPC scores. Just as importantly, we want to hear from you, to record the challenges you are facing so that we can communicate these to government, and for you to share the solutions you are implementing, so there will be two contributory sessions to ensure that everyone attending has the chance to speak and raise issues.
13 November 2018
An evening of short talks and Q&A for anyone who owns or is thinking of buying a pre-1919 building.
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31 October 2018
The Fire Sector Summit is the leading industry forum for key decision makers and influencers from across the fire sector.
Boasting talks and workshops by leading UK fire professionals, this year’s event is attracting a wide range of delegates. The aim of the Summit is to encourage discussion and debate on the sector’s most recent developments and themes and act as a catalyst for change within the world of fire safety.
Previous years have influenced tangible transitions in the fire sector, and this year we will be focusing on:
- Brexit plenary with our expert panel from BSI, FIA, and the FPA
- Post Grenfell Tower Update session with more experts to put your questions to
- Robust testing and certification of timber fire doors with Mike Wood of FSF and ASDMA
- The New Joint Competency Authority – Paul Timmins, BRAC and Paul Everall, LABC
Post Grenfell and the Hackitt Review there is no better time for the industry to come together and make a real difference.
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