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
This presentation will explore weatherproofing defects, building design and compliance with the 2022 NCC. The learning outcomes include:
• Recognise the impact of weatherproofing and the importance of compliance
• Recognise the NCC requirements for weatherproofing
• Explain the process of the AS4284 Testing
• Interpret and apply the AS4284 Test Results
• Explain how to design a compliant wall system for an actual project
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
Our presentation is aimed to educate and aid specifiers and designers on issues faced when considering slips & trips when designing buildings. The focus in this presentation is slips and falls and the preventive measures that should be considered in the design stages. We detail the testing methods and guidelines set out by Standards Australia to meet duty of care requirements, providing you the knowledge to get your project specifications right the first time.