Ross Taylor Associates Webinars are provided with CPD accrediation in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Architects and Master Builders Association.
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Webinars On Demand
Leaks to buildings provide the biggest risk of litigation for both architects and builders alike. The most common cause of leaks to buildings is poor design.
In collaboration with the Australian Institute of Architects and Master Builders Australia, Ross Taylor presents a masterclass webinar on demand in design detailing to prevent water penetration.
The most common causes of leaks in contemporary construction
How designers and builders can prevent them from happening
How to better manage your risk of litigation
As a part of the webinar, a workshop analyses the design of a new apartment building which reinforces the learning and provides practical details for use in your projects.
3 CPD points from the Australian Institute of Architects are earned upon completion of the questions.
"There should be more like this."
"Highly informative. Horrific example of floor detail disparity."
"Should present this in Uni courses".
The Australian Flashing and Damp-proofing Handbook
Soon to be released. This handbook provides general principles applicable to the efficient installation of water-proofing systems. These principles apply to all types of building construction.
It introduces and describes the most common types of flashings and damp-proof courses used in residential buildings and the
installation of them.
Written by Jack Horsfall and Gary Colliton. Copyright Ross Taylor Associates 2014.
Building Blox is a series of video vignettes that provide insights in to the cause, prevention and cure of building defects.
Episode 1: 'Why Balconies Leak' is a six minute educational video produced for architects, engineers, builders, developers and property owners to gain an insight into one of the most common and costly building defects - leaking balconies.
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