Designing Out Carbon

‘Designing Out Carbon’ delves into industry initiatives addressing carbon reduction, spotlighting a collaboration’s creation of an embodied carbon Roadmap for architects, NABERS’ work on a carbon standard, and tools for emission calculation.
-NCASC

Electrifying Architects

‘Electrifying Architects’ focuses on the crucial role of electrification in architecture for achieving a zero-carbon future, featuring discussions on emerging energy transition technologies, opportunities for architects, the importance of measurement in supporting sectoral transition, and scaling electrification for equitable energy access, all while emphasizing the event’s carbon-offset initiatives and live streaming for national audiences.
-NCASC

Engineered Timber Buildings – The Architect’s Perspective

This course covers identifying engineered timber products in Australia, selecting the right one for specific purposes, addressing structural and safety considerations, and understanding the architect’s role in prefab construction.
– WoodSolutions

Discover a New Way of Plumbing

Most projects are designed around gravity for wastewater drainage. When one is faced with situations where water simply can’t flow downhill, there are clever products which pump it away.
– Saniflo

The Outdoor Heating Guide on Sustainable Design Principles

In this course, you’ll learn about outdoor living trends, Sustainable Design Principles, and optimal heating solutions for efficiency, as well as how to integrate heating into projects for eco-friendly, efficient outdoor spaces.
– Bromic Heating

Efficiency Unleashed: Exploring Modular Construction in Western Australia

On 14th December, 4PM AWST, join us in a face-to-face discussion on the principles of modular construction aimed at architects and designers working for public and private sector clients within Western Australia. This short seminar will include definitions of modular construction, advantages and disadvantages of designing in modules, key constraints, module sizes and some design basics. We will run through a residential case study to explain what is possible with a modular construction approach and take participants on a guided tour of our yard. – McNally Group

Sydney Water Building Plan Approval Processes – In Scope & Out of Scope

Comprehensive and free presentation to provide you with a thorough understanding of Sydney Water requirements for building adjacent to and over their assets, standard assets (in scope) and more complex assets (out of scope). Essential information for all architects, as part of your planning stage, and in the construction phase.
– MGP Building & Infrastructure Services

Wet Area Waterproofing

This CPD will explain the importance of structural design considerations and potential risks of wet area waterproofing in design and construction. You will learn how to identify the correct wet area waterproofing design response through appropriate material selection and specification.
– Dulux / Fosroc

Joint Sealant Design

In this CPD you will learn about the importance of structural design considerations, appropriate material selection, specification considerations, application requirements and potential risks, for joint sealant design in planning, development and construction.
– Dulux / Fosroc

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