Acoustic, Thermal, Wastewater, Carpet Fibre and Roofing

Part Two

In this CPD session you will hear from Rod Newbold from NZ Steel and Judy Lea Engel from GH Commercial.

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CPD Points

20.00 NZ Registered Architects Board Points 2.00 Licensed Building Practitioner - Design 1 Points 2.00 Australian QLD - NSW - VIC - TAS - WA Points 2.00 Licensed Building Practitioner - Design 2 + 3 Points 2.00 Australian CPD ACT-SA-NT Points

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Event Description

Rod Newbold

Product Launch Manager

NZ Steel

Talk topic: H1 requirements

In this CPD webinar, Rod will discuss H1 requirements in relation to roofing.

Rod has 45 years' experience in the New Zealand roofing industry. Rod is a key (life) member of the New Zealand Metal Roofing Manufacturers Association, serving on the Installation Standards Committee and Technical Committee which includes the role of technical consultant. On top of his role at New Zealand Steel as Product Launch Manager, Rod is also the Executive Editor of Version 3 of the NZ Metal Roof and Wall Cladding Code of Practice.

Judy Lea Engel

GH Commercial

Talk topic: Specify carpet products for diverse projects

The presentation equips architects and designers with essential insights to confidently specify carpet products for diverse projects. It begins by highlighting the importance of carpet fibres, covering both natural and synthetic options. The process of fibre treatment and preparation is explored, emphasizing its impact on the final product's performance and appearance. Key takeaways for architects and designers include understanding the factors influencing fibre selection, ranging from aesthetics and performance needs to location considerations. Furthermore, the presentation offers a comparative analysis between cut pile and loop pile carpets, elucidating how fibre choice influences the visual and tactile qualities of each type.

  • Fiber Significance: Grasping the role and types of carpet fibres in production.
  • Selection Expertise: Navigating the selection process based on aesthetics, performance, and location.
  • Impact on Carpet Types: Discerning how fibre choices shape the unique attributes of cut pile and loop pile carpets, enabling precise design decisions.

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