Rules For Masonry Reinforcement (CPD Networking)
Target invites you to attend a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar on Rules for Masonry Reinforcement.
Rules for Masonry Reinforcement is a brand new seminar offered by Target Fixings and provides a networking opportunity for professionals in the industry that operate in your area, including structural engineers, architects, surveyors and local authorities. Rules for Masonry Reinforcement primarily covers common problems in masonry superstructures and focuses on wall tie failure, crack repair, bowing & bulging wall repair. You will be taken through both how to identify such problems, as well as learning how to repair them using the Target system and you can discuss any questions you have with our knowledgeable presenter during the event. The event offers an overview of our vast knowledge of solutions and a free breakfast of pastries and bacon rolls - which is available for all delegates. For more information about the event, please email our events team.
Paula Browne House Conference and Meeting Room is one of Cambridge's most interesting venues. A beautiful, unique building that was originally built in 1994. Target picks venues with a unique character and history, and Paula Browne House Conference and Meeting Room fit that bill nicely!
08:20 - Registration
08:30 - Seminar - Rules for Masonry Reinforcement (Part 1)
09:15 - Breakfast
09:30 - Seminar - Rules for Masonry Reinforcement (Part 2)
10:30 - Q & A
With a wealth of 20 years of knowledge behind us on providing solutions to structural challenges, we will be presenting an insight into the Rules for Masonry Reinforcement and highlighting and identifying common problems that you may come across while looking at structures. We will give you a brief overview of what to look out for when performing surveys on existing buildings or considering specifications for new builds, and our methods and solutions are both simple and cost-effective! You can see more about Target on our website.
*Please note that dates and venues are subject to change.
Paula Browne House Conference and Meeting Room