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Sydney Formal CPD Workshop

4 Formal CPD Hours
Light Breakfast, Lunch and Tea/Coffee Breaks Provided
8:00 am Registration


Next Workshop is on 15 June 2019.


8:30 – 9:30 amBushfire Assessment Skills For Architects
Catherine Gorrie 


This presentation includes an explanation of how the various bushfire legislative requirements interact and apply to developments, including Residential, Commercial and Special Fire Protection Purposes. Learn how the Bushfire attack level is calculated including an appreciation of the various vegetation types, slopes and distance between the building and the vegetation, and how they impact on the determination of the Bushfire Attack Level. Appreciate the difference the Bushfire Attack Level has on the building


9:40 – 10:40 am Active House – Creating Healthy Spaces 
Lionel Kools 


This presentation will give attendees way to build using energy efficient technique and renewable energy hence our baseline is ‘Creating healthy spaces’: we want to create a comfortable and healthy living and working environments with sophisticated ventilation, sun protection and / or external solutions. The Active house concept promotes living comfort to its best.


10:50 – 11:50 am The Benefits of Using High Performance Windows Within the NCC Framework
Adam Racomelara 


The NCC 2019 proposes a number of changes to increase the stringency and energy efficiency provisions for commercial buildings (Volume 1). The overarching Performance requirement includes a quantified level of performance for buildings with a conditioned space. This presenter will explain the new verification methods and the improvements to existing ones plus the primary modification in the section J assessment – the building fabric and glazing. The new glazing provisions look at a variety of measures to improve energy efficiency and highlights the benefits of using high performance windows within the NCC Framework.


Lunch 20 mins.


12:10 – 1:00 pm Automatic Pedestrian Doors – Aged Care Facility Design
Callum McInnes


In this presentation you will learn how to specify and create aesthetic, intelligent and sustainable entrance solutions for Aged Care.

We will focus on some of the following points;

Planning of goods and people flow

– Drawings and solution design

– Code and regulations compliance

– GBCA,LEED and BREEAM consulting

–  BIM objects

Metz Tiles Showroom
Metz Tiles Showroom


18 May 2019




Metz Tiles Showroom - Alexandria
Unit 36, 69 O'Riordan Street Alexandria NSW
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