Building systems covers a broad range of topics. Here we highlight building in oak, fabric architecture and off-site construction: three seminars which together amount to a whole day of specialist learning – free.
Building in Oak Naturally - Specification: the Basics
The English Heritage Building seminar covers the following topics: basics of design and specification for traditional oak frames, history of the tradition and how this quality continues in contemporary design, and the relevance of TRADA Q Mark. Attendees can expect to gain from the following valuable learning content: specification assistance against known parameters, help in achieving bespoke design, how to achieve guaranteed design and assembly.
English Heritage Buildings’ craftsmen combine the latest technology and ancient carpentry skills to create beautiful oak framed buildings; from single bay garages and house extensions to light-filled living spaces and commercial buildings. In addition, its planning consultants can simplify the planning process, using their expertise to improve the chances of a successful outcome when the case is presented to the local authority.
Introduction to Fabric Architecture Using Tensile Membrane Structures
This seminar will show that tensile membrane structures deliver your clients an all-weather usable space that is eye-catching and contemporary. It covers the basics of design and construction so that you can specify the right tensile membrane structure for your project with confidence.
Inside2Outside has been designing, manufacturing and installing bespoke freestanding tensile membrane structures since 1991. It has provided thousands of canopies, shelters and covered walkways to schools and colleges, offering all-weather areas that are safe and aesthetically pleasing. Its latest innovation is to bond solar panel film onto canopies to provide renewable energy, even with low light levels.