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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include seminars on eco-refurbishment and green products

Best practice detailing for eco-refurbishments

Eco-refurb

When 8 October 2013, 5pm

Where The White Bear,

This bite-size training session run by architect Lucy Pedlar, will look at some of the details that can compromise eco-refurbishments with particular emphasis on achieving continuous insulation and avoiding the risks of interstitial condensation. A 15 per cent discount is being offered on the course for AJ readers.

www.greenregister.org.uk

Mainstreaming green products

Thermafleece Hemp

When 8 October 2013, 1pm

Where UCL

Featuring talks from Tom Woolley, the ASBP’s Gary Newman, Peter Homer of Modcell, and David Hopkins of Wood for Good this afternoon of discussions will look at the specification of environmentally-responsible materials.

www.asbp.org.uk

Eco-refurbishment and the Green Deal

Eco-refurb

When 10 October 2013, 9am

Where Brighthelm Church & Community Centre, North Road, Brighton

This day-long course run by the Green Register will look at the correct methods for refurbishing old homes. A 15 per cent discount is being offered on the course for AJ readers.

www.greenregister.org.uk

AJ Women in Architecture seminar

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When 10 October 2013, 10am

Where John McAslan + Partners, William Road Gallery, 7-9 William Road, London

Join The AJ for a free event about how to have a successful working life after a career break – and how to retain top talent in your practice.

ajwia2013seminar.eventbrite.co.uk

AJ Small Projects Award

Box House by Laura Drewe Mathews

Enter your project into the AJ Small Projects Award.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

 

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