RIBA Approved CPD Presented OnlineJune 24, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Grant Littlejohn and Richard Walker, Sto's experts in cross-border specifications present our RIBA CPD "External Wall Insulation Systems".
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Wednesday 24th June, 4-5:00pm (BST)
Hosted on Zoom
Our CPD is designed to be both technically informative as well as inspiring , featuring many global reference projects from practices including Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, AECOM , Allies and Morrison and Heatherwick Studio to name a few.
- What is an External Wall Insulation System?
- Why insulation externally?
What are the different types of external wall insulation?
- What are the features and benefits of EWIS systems in different climates and locations?
- What selection criteria should you be aware of when specifying in the UK and abroad? (This includes local terminology, standards, climatic, seismic, and site conditions as well as quality of workmanship and expectations.)
- At the end there will be an opportunity for a Q&A session.
About Grant Littlejohn
Grant Littlejohn has been with Sto for more than 20 years. Over this time he has worked internationally on projects of all shapes and sizes. His vast knowledge of local procedures, regulations and logistics makes him the ideal partner for any transnational projects as well as those in the UK. His detailed technical knowledge of sto products, accumulated through years of experience enables him to give valuable insight during the planning and specification stages of a project.
About Richard Walker
Richard Walker is head of International Project Management at Sto. Richard’s role is in helping globally active designers deliver the most appropriate solution for a particular location, and enabling access to Sto’s considerable local experience to provide project–specific solutions. His previous experience as a project manager for the Pritzker prize laureate Sir James Stirling on Stuttgart’s landmark Musikhochschule, and Sto’s own prize winning Communication Building with Michael Wilford, gives him a key insight into the aims, objectives and needs of internationally active Architects.