Residential Roofing in High Wind Conditions (Perth, WA)

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Join us at our June Breakfast Seminar to hear three dynamic speakers discuss the performance of roofs on single and double-storey residential buildings subject to high wind conditions, and the specification and performance of stick-built and trussed roofs to resist wind.

In addition, following the release of the General Inspection Report (GIR1) by the Building Commission of WA (now Building and Energy) two years ago, which examined how well sheet metal clad roof frames were being constructed in WA, we will delve into how roof construction practice has improved and what are the timber frame construction issues Building and Energy’s audit branch are currently focused on?

This seminar will be most beneficial to residential home builders, construction and site managers, designers, engineers, local government and building surveyors, independent building inspectors, carpentry trades and educators. 

Breakfast Seminar Details

When: Friday 15 June 2018
Where: Frasers Function Centre,60 Fraser Evenue, Kings Park, Perth
Time: Registration 7.00am | 7.30am start | Concludes at 9.30am 
Cost: $88.00 inc GST per person $640.00 inc GST table of 8 (includes hot breakfast)
CPD: Certificates of attendance available for all professionals. Informal CPD points available for attendance. 

Speaker Line-Up

Sean de Prazer
Principal Building Engineer, Building and Energy (Audit Branch)
"Metal Clad Roof Construction in WA - Remaining & New Areas of Concern"

Tim Rossiter
Senior Engineer, MiTek Australia
"Performance of Timber-Trussed Roofs in High Wind Conditions"

Prof. Geoff Boughton
Director, TimberED Services
"Key Issues for Tie-Down of Stick-Built Roofs" 

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