2022 Perth Designing for 7 Stars
2022 Perth International Women's Day Luncheon
2022 Melbourne International Women's Day Luncheon
1 day/s till Registration closes
Showroom tour of all uPVC products including informal presentation on features and benefits.
2 day/s till Registration closes
'7 stars is more than enough'. 'Net Zero please'. 'A new approach is needed'
7 day/s till Registration closes
Registrations Closing Soon!
Presented by Geoff Hoare, a Past President and Life Member of Design Matters National. Geoff served on the Building Practitioners Board for 11 years and today assists the VBA and has conducted more than 1,200 draftsperson registration assessments. This workshop is aimed at building designers who plan to seek registration with the Victorian Building Authority either now or in the near future and covers a broad range of relevant areas critical to registration.
Face to face Perth, WA Event Gavin Wilson is excited to be flying to Perth after two long years to showcase how weathertex’s manufacturing process and green credentials make them the better choice naturally for lightweight cladding.
Correctly Interpret and model building elements. Upskill Now focusses on teaching participants the fundamental skills of reading and understanding what to look for on an architectural drawing set to then perform an energy assessment of that property.
Face-to-Face Event. Preventing condensation and mould in new builds. One size does not fit all! Please note: This is a face-to-face Event at a venue.
This four-hour workshop is tailored for those accredited in FirstRate5 v5.3.2a, follows on from the Introductory workshop. Whilst the first workshop covered the basics of a domestic rating, the Intermediate will cover some additional modelling topics, including: Your next door neighbour. How to work smarter. Keeping a roof over your head. Not in my courtyard. To zone, or not to zone? Analytics tab. More top tips. Can you split this? Complex errors highlighted from Design Matters National audits.
Timber cladding is an increasingly popular choice for Australian commercial and domestic buildings due to its striking natural aesthetic, durability and low environmental impact. However the strong fire-resistant qualities of timber are often unknown or poorly understood.