Following the phenomenal growth of the Council for Aluminum in Building over the last couple of years, the CAB are delighted to announce the first technical conference to be run by the association. The conference, entitled Rules are for Guidance, will discuss current and forthcoming Regulations and Standards that have a significant effect across the industry The conference is aimed at not just members, but all building professionals who work within the sector and delegates are welcome from all disciplines. The conference will take place on Wednesday 17th May 2006 at The Stratford Manor Hotel, Warwickshire.
The keynote speaker, Paul Everall CBE, is Chief Executive of the LABC and previously headed up the ODPM Building Regulations Division. Paul will be offering an insight to the current regulatory scene and what the industry can expect in the future. There are five further specialist speakers who will be covering the topics in more detail in their respective sectors.
Steve Irving - Regional Director - Faber Maunsell
(Head of the ADL Review team)
Building Regulations ADL post launch review
Graham Shirville - Allgood plc
(Chairman of BSI Hardware committee)
Building Regulations ADM and the DDA - review
Kevin Frewin - BSI Product Services
(UK representative on Security standards group)
Security standards - now and coming soon
Tony Willmott - Façade Consultant - Sandberg LLP
Curtain Walling - BS EN 13830 and the CWCT standard
Chris Macey - MD - Wintech Ltd
Practicalities of Curtain Wall testing
Registration has been kept to a minimum in order to attract a large number of delegates to discus these important topics and single delegates will be charged at £155 plus VAT (CAB members £65 plus VAT).
More detailed information about the conference is available on the CAB website at www.c-a-b.org.uk or by phoning the CAB during office hours on 01453 828851. There will be plenty of opportunity to network with members of the CAB and other delegates during the days' proceedings.
Further information about CAB membership can be found on the CAB website at www.c-a-b.org.uk and the CAB's free monthly industry newsletter at