Ecological Building Systems
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We live in the information age. Digital platforms and the proliferation of content means that there are limitless opportunities for learning, skill development and knowledge sharing; from YouTube videos, to online courses, webinars, forums and…ahem…content posted on LinkedIn.
Wellhöfer is one of the world’s leading producers of high performance attic hatches and space saving stairs, manufactured in Wurzburg Germany for more than 60 years. Their range of products have been tested to stringent EN & DIN standards surpassing airtightness and insulation requirements
For those of us who are not native speakers, the English language provides a rich variety of quirky idioms, and one of my favourites is ‘it never rains but it pours.’ Why? Because it’s not only an interesting way of expressing the way problems can multiply and accelerate, it also seems to echo the British obsession with the country’s wet climate.
Ecological Building Systems will bring together a Passivhaus expert, a timber construction pioneer and a world famous tourist attraction this November when the company takes its Perfect Airtight Seal Seminar Tour to Belfast’s Titanic venue
Adhesive tapes have become widely established as bonding agents for use in sealing modern constructions, just as nails and screws are the standard solution for timber structures. This article provides an overview of adhesive technology and the key properties of adhesive tapes typically used in construction.
Ecological Building Systems is to return to The Building Centre in London on Thursday 18th October to host a full day air tightness seminar in partnership with intelligent membrane specialist, pro clima, and the BBA. Featuring an array of guest speakers, including Simon Corbey, associate director at The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP), the seminar follows a successful CLT Masterclass held by the specialist supplier of sustainable building products at The Building Centre last year.
You probably can’t remember a time when you weren’t mad busy and, while it’s great to have so much going on, the pace of working in the construction sector can make it difficult to step back and invest time in professional development. If you’re an architect, continuing professional development is embedded in your role to stay up-to-speed with the latest building materials, construction techniques and architectural best practice. Unlike a whole-day seminar, a brief talk or online CPD does not provide the same opportunities to invest in learning or fully engage with peers and experts