Apartments made simple – A specification portfolio for designers, contractors and installers
The need for the Irish housing market to meet the current and future demands for residential units has and will almost inevitably continue to drive the development of new-build apartment units, at all scales, across the country. The economic viability of constructing apartment units amid increasingly demanding regulation requirements and performance expectations requires effective solutions to be repeatable and simple. Design layouts will change and may offer unique criteria for each individual project, but fundamentally the requirements are almost always the same.
Join us for our NEW residential apartments fit-out focused webinar. Identifying the specific performance requirements to meet the needs and expectations for fire, sound, energy efficiency and durability performance standards, this webinar will identify a streamlined specification portfolio package of Gyproc and Isover internal drylining, insulation and airtightness systems tailored especially for apartments. System specifications will include habitable unit partitions, corridor and party walls specifications. We will identify how to address the zones around bathroom pods and service risers, along with the effective use of service cavities and suspended ceilings. Do you know how to comply with the control of sound reverberation in shared access areas? You will after this webinar. Finally, with a view to sustainability, durability, security and future-proofing, the webinar also includes methods to help reduce on-site waste, design concepts such as Secure By Design and identifies specific products that can assist in the lifetime durability of the build.
All our Technical Academy Online courses are being run through MS Teams and require registration which can be undertaken in a few easy steps by clicking the link below/above. Participants do not need to have MS Teams installed on their devices to attend the webinar.
Each webinar will include the described presentation with sufficient time also allowed to ask the presenter questions. Questions will be directed to the presenter through the systems chat facility and will be anonymised when responded to.