Due to the coronavirus restrictions currently in place, we have temporarily postponed our Technical Briefings in 2020, but we plan to resume these as soon as conditions allow – hopefully at some time in 2021.
These will be purely technical briefings, focusing on the significance of flanking paths and the importance of constructing to the right specifications in order to minimise flanking transmission. We will discuss:
It’s critical to the performance of the separating walls that they are constructed off the right type of foundation. We’ll look at the more common forms of foundation, and how they match in with the robustdetails® requirements; and also see the role that sub-structures have to play in providing that “good sound footing”
As well as at foundation, separating walls have flanking junctions at the external envelope of the building, so we’ll give examples of how these should be formed. Sound can also flank through a separating wall, and knowing how and where this can happen will help in mitigating the potential risk.
One of the major factors influencing the performance of floors is their interaction with walls. This can be at junctions with the separating walls, external or partition walls. Each of these can represent a flanking risk if not built and treated correctly. We’ll also cover the use of steel supports, and clarify where they can be used in conjunction with the Robust Details.
Invitations will be sent via email near to the time, but if you would like to book a place at one of the listed events please email Tracey Lewis at: email@example.com
CEO, Robust Details Ltd
Technical & Development
Dates for the diary:
Dates and Venues TBC
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