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Improve performance with Velfac windows CPD

The composite glazing manufacturer's RIBA CPD materials cover everything architects need to know about window specification, whatever the sector and regulatory context

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The flexible range of CPD resources offered by Velfac will improve understanding of different window systems and of the specification process and are offered in a variety of formats. Topics discussed include:

  • How early engagement with window suppliers can significantly improve project outcomes.
  • How windows interface with common construction methods and build-ups and how build sequence can affect design, installation and sealing methodologies.
  • The different weather performance requirements of windows and curtain walling in the context of third-party insurance, particularly in the residential sector where glazing generates the greatest number of superstructure claims.
  • Thermal performance, solar control and acoustic performance in the context of window specification.
  • Window frame materials - uPVC, aluminium, timber, and composite aluminium/timber.

Velfac RIBA CPD materials were developed with advice and guidance from National Building Specification (NBS) to ensure they are relevant to architects working in every sector. 

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For more information on Velfac CPD and on the Velfac composite system, visit velfac.co.uk 

 

Contact:

01223 897100

enquiry@velfac.co.uk


 

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