Timber Frame Timber Frame

 

A complete guide to

timber frame

construction

Part One: Building standards on site

A look at new build projects focussing on quality and building standards to get each plot ready for its timber frame wall panels.

21 March 2019: 1pm - 30 minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A

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Part Two: Installation of wall panels

Looking at good practice installations of breather membranes, fire-stopping and vapour control layers up to roof new build residential plots.

30 April 2019: 1pm - 30 minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A

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Part Three: Differential movement and series summary

The final episode will review good practice for installation of internal wall panels, services, external cladding settlement (differential movement) and fire stopping.  This broadcast will also summarise the key issues from all three episodes.

4 July 2019: 1pm - 30 minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A

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Who should attend

This webinar is for construction personnel that are going to be involved in the following areas of timber frame:

Procurement of labour or materials

Technical team members

All site personnel that are going to be involved in timber framed construction

Production Managers who will have timber frame sites under their direction

What you'll learn

How to stay on track and deliver successful sub-structure work so it’s ready to take the timber frame

Improve the standard of soleplate and wall panel installations on site

Better able to identify risk areas for timber frame wall panel fitting

Better preparation to reduce the effects of differential movement of the timber frame in relation to the external cladding.

Contact us

For enrolments, bookings or queries, please call or email Sophie Setterfield on 01908 747033 or training@nhbc.co.uk.

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