Donegal CPD Seminar: Single Leaf Masonry - A Modern Method of Construction?
13:00 - 15:00
Attend the upcoming Quinn Building Products free regional CPD Seminar for Architects, Architectural Technologists, BER Assessors, Designers, Developers and Construction Professionals in Ireland.
Our new CPD seminar looks at single leaf masonry construction, and how this can contribute to rapid build construction whilst improving the performance of the building.
Learn how single leaf masonry construction can
Fast track the construction process
Reduce construction costs
Improve thermal, structural and fire performance
Help move towards Passive House and nZEB standards.
Quinn Building Products CPD seminar content:
History of single leaf masonry in Ireland
The importance of effective insulation
Historical problems with single leaf masonry
Single leaf versus cavity wall construction
Advancements in single leaf masonry – ETICS
Aircrete and Solid Masonry Construction
Thin joint technology
ADDITIONAL CPD FROM STO
We will be joined by the Technical Team from Sto, who will deliver an additional CPD on External Wall Insulation Systems.
Sto’s External Wall Insulation CPD will help attendees to:
- Understand what constitutes an External Wall Insulation System
- Understand the different systems available and the criteria for correct selection
- Learn the benefits for all parties of designing buildings with External Wall Insulation Systems
With the increasing demand for rapid build solutions with greater energy efficiency and nZEB standards becoming mandatory in Ireland, the onus is on the design and construction industry to implement effective solutions to improve efficiency in both design and costs. This seminar is designed to provide guidance on achieving superior quality buildings in a cost effective manner through the use of single leaf masonry construction with external wall insulation systems.
CPD Points: 2 hours
For further queries or group bookings contact our technical team on +44 28 677 48866.
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