Council for Aluminium in Building
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Technical Conference 16 May 2013

Getting Through the Building Envelope

The 8th Annual CAB Technical Conference will be held at Holywell Park, Loughborough University and focuses on controlling the flow of heat, fire and sound and facilitating the access of people through the building envelope and managing the interface between glazing and the envelope. With less than  a week to go, over 130 senior members of the aluminium in builidng supply chain are registered to attend. Bookings for the event, which is open to both CAB members and non members can be made by downloading the registration form:

CAB Technical Conference booking form & map

In the rapidly changing economic and regulatory landscape, there are competing demands on the building fabric which present special challenges for CAB members. This conference will provide timely and practical information for the aluminium in building supply chain.

Proposed changes to Part L of the Building Regulations is a hot topic in the industry and our speakers will be providing the latest information available. We will also look at how regulations concerned with accessibility, fire and acoustics will impact construction projects in the future.

Our speakers are all recognised industry professionals who will provide useful guidance on the opportunities and threats faced by our sector and there will be time for a lively discussion and debate on all the topics presented.

SpeakerTopic
Stephen LedbetterStephen Ledbetter
Director, Centre for Window and Cladding Technology
Interfaces between Glazing & the Building Envelope
Sarah ColwellSarah Colwell
Business Group Manager, BRE
Fire Regulations & the Performance of Facades
John TebbitJohn Tebbit
Industry Affairs Director, Construction Products Association
Changes to Part L Requirements for 2013
Tim Fagg
Product Specification Manager, Pilkington UK
Glazing Options to Aid Part L Compliance
Jacky SinclairJacky Sinclair
Technical Consultant, Guild of Architectural Ironmongers
Accessible Entrances and the Equality Act
Peter RogersPeter Rogers
Partner, TECP Acoustics
Acoustics & the Building Envelope

The conference also offers limited exhibition space for member stands.

We are delighted to announce that  AluK (GB), Caldwell Hardware, DORMA UK and Sapa Building Systems will be sponsoring the conference this year.

Sponsors