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  • BITESIZED CPD – MANHOLES, ROCKER PIPES AND BENCHING

    May 20, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at manholes, rocker pipes and benching.  Rocker pipes are very often missed,...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – CORRECT INSTALLATION OF AN MF PLASTERBOARD CEILING

    May 03, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at a basic (non-acoustic) MF plasterboard ceiling installation.

    These are...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – 60 MINUTE FIRE DOORS – FRAME EDGE GAP SEALANTS

    April 17, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at expanding fire foam used for filling gaps between frame and substrate.

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  • BITESIZED CPD – FIRE COLLARS AND WRAPS TO SOFFITS

    April 05, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at the use and installation of pipe wraps and fire collars as used for firestopping...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – FIRE BATT INSTALLATION

    March 21, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at correctly,  installing a fire bat into a wall.

    These are...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – DEFLECTION HEADS TO PLASTERBOARD PARTITIONS

    March 08, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at basic deflection heads used to accomodate movement in soffits above plasterboard...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – EXPANDING FIRE FOAM TO FILL VOIDS

    February 08, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at the use of expanding fire foam used to fill holes in walls or ceilings. ...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF HELIBARS

    January 24, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at the installation of HeliBars for structural repairs.

    Often installed...

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  • BITESIZED CPD – FIRE DOORS – SITE ALTERATIONS – WHAT IS PERMISSIBLE AND WHAT IS NOT

    January 23, 2019

    In this Bitesize CPD we will be looking at permissible alterations to a manufactured fire door.

    It seems that...

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  • WHAT IS A CLERK OF WORKS?

    The Clerk of Works, often abbreviated to CoW, is employed by an architect, project manager or a client on a construction site....

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