Part L and thermal bridging - getting it right

Venue: Building Research Establishment

Location: Garston, Watford, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Apr 22, 2002
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Description

'Part L' – getting it right
A one-day conference co-sponsored by BRE and Eurisol UK Ltd

A key one-day conference being held at the Building Research Establishment (BRE),
Watford, UK, on Friday 24th May 2002, will cover Part L of the new Building Regulations
and the treatment of thermal bridges.

Speakers, including Mr. Ted King of the DTLR, Brian Anderson, Chris Sanders and other experts from BRE and representatives from Eurisol, will cover the Approved Documents L1 & L2, Thermal Bridging, and Robust
Construction Details, as well as the use of a new software program to demonstrate
compliance.

The Kobra software has been jointly developed by the BRE and Eurisol to offer
architects, specifiers, and other building professionals a quick and simple method of
designing building details that meet the new requirements of Approved Documents Part
L1 and L2. These include provisions for the conservation of fuel and power, by
limiting the heat loss through the fabric of the building.

The delegate fee for the Conference is £125.00 (plus VAT), which includes a single
user license copy of the Kobra software and its associated EuroKobra Atlas of more
than 3000 building details. Copies of all presentation papers, buffet luncheon and
refreshments are also included in the price. Further information, and an application
form are available from Eurisol; alternatively, you can book online at www.eurisol.com

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Further information and application forms for the 'Part L' – getting it right conference,
are available from:

Gerry Miller
Eurisol (UK) Ltd., 3 Vimy Court, Vimy Rd, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 1FG
Tel: 01525 385886 www.eurisol.com
E-mail: eurokobra@eurisol.com

Press enquiries:
Ian Houston, The PR Co.com Ltd.
Tel: 01474 871998 Mobile: 07866 747424
E-mail: ian@theprco.com

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Additional Information

Conference fee £125.00 (plus VAT)

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