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
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
An exploration of how technology is changing the way we manage projects.
– Multivista LLC
This CPD will explain how to identify the correct external above ground waterproofing design response to meet a project brief by understanding the requirements of the NCC, appropriate material selection, structural design considerations and potential risks.
– Dulux / Fosroc
Join us for this CPD which helps specifiers understand Australian slip resistance requirements and how the specification of resin-based flooring can play a part in the safe design of a building. Key takeaways include the identification of local Australian slip resistance standards, how to understand the slip resistance rating system, slip resistance test methods and where each should be applied for correct results.
Gain a deeper understanding into the history and application of fibre cement facade materials with EQUITONE’s CPD presentation. This course delves into the history of fibre cement and uncovers the latest innovations in ventilated facade systems. We outline the different textures, colours and expressive surfaces and also look at the numerous approaches to internal and external design applications through a presentation of completed projects in Australia.
Explain the adverse impacts of environmental noise. Describe methods of mitigating environmental noise during the pre-design, design, and construction stages of a project. Identify the different types of noise barriers and their respective applications for noise control. Evaluate the key design considerations in implementing noise barriers. Select appropriate noise barrier materials to suit specific project requirements.
– Modular Walls
Join our CPD course and gain expertise in specifying anodised aluminium grates for indoor and outdoor applications, including design considerations, benefits, code requirements, and compliant design solutions.
– Lauxes Grates
“Is Passivhaus too expensive?” is a question that we get asked all the time, and convincing clients of the affordability of Passivhaus is one of the main hurdles to overcome as an architect. In this part of our Passivhaus series you will discover the financial advantages of Passive House construction. Explore how energy-efficient buildings reduce costs, increase borrowing capacity, and generate long-term savings. Available on-demand.
– Smart Plus Academy
A master class in Building Acoustics: Speech intelligibility, Speech privacy, and related NCC and Green Star requirements.
We present interesting, practical solutions and case studies highlighting successful projects in various environments: stadiums, schools, aquatic centres, community hubs, healthcare, airports, train stations, and so on. Also explained are the latest patented soundproofing products, developments, and systems.
– Megasorber Pty Ltd