Windows specialist Velfac offers new RIBA-approved CPD seminar

Latest resource urges specifiers to tap into manufacturer expertise and engage with suppliers early

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The new Velfac CPD seminar can be delivered in-house at an architecture practice in around one hour.
The new Velfac CPD seminar can be delivered in-house at an architecture practice in around one hour.

A new RIBA-approved CPD seminar is now available from Velfac, the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of aluminium/timber composite windows. The seminar, 360 Degree Window Consultancy and Specification Building, underlines the importance of expert advice from product manufacturers in the specification process.

Designed for architects working on large commercial projects, the seminar can be delivered in-house at an architecture practice in approximately one hour. To book a seminar and check for the latest updates, visit: ribacpd.com/velfac

The benefits of early engagement

The seminar explains the benefits of early engagement with suppliers during a building project and of continued involvement right up to site handover.

Looking at the relationship between project-specific requirements and materials specification, topics covered include energy and indoor climate, acoustics, performance, sustainability, BIM, design and installation, and detailing. The seminar also looks at suppliers’ responsibilities in the context of building regulations.

Expanding CPD resources

The 360 Degree Window Consultancy and Specification Building seminar is the latest in an expanding RIBA CPD resource from Velfac.

  • Velfac doors and windows at the Ninewells development, Cambridge. PRP architects.
    Velfac doors and windows at the Ninewells development, Cambridge. PRP architects.
  • Velfac installation at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool. BDP architects.
    Velfac installation at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool. BDP architects.
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For more information and technical support, visit: velfac.co.uk

 

Contact:

01223 897100

enquiry@velfac.co.uk


 

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