Sponsored by QUT and supported by Townsville City Council.
Many recent changes to the ways buildings are built can increase risk. Only through the application of solid building science can we best avoid problems and maximise benefits. Designers, architects and builders can come to a workshop that tackles some of the more complicated matters of building construction through the basics of building science.
Evening: Builders’ Brief, for builders, sub-contractors etc 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm - Tuesday 24 October
Half-day Design Workshop: for designers, architects, specifiers 8.30 am - 1.30 pm - Wed 25 October
VENUE: Townsville Stadium, Murray Lyons Cres, Annandale To register, RSVP to email///sustainable)(townsville.qld.gov.au" target="_blank">email/sustainable)(townsville.qld.gov.au Light breakfast / refreshments served.
How do we create buildings that both saves energy and protects health? •Why, where and when does condensation from? •What level of sealing is good for health? •When can sealing result in mould? •When is mechanical ventilation required? •How can I make it work better? •How does climate guide best practice?
At these hands-on workshops, you’ll see and get to use the tools of building science yourself: infrared, blower door air tightness and more!
• Provide your opinion on what housing features are important to your clients in the tropics
• Give feedback about the suitability of these workshops for the construction industry in the tropics
• Learn about Townsville’s Tropical Superheroes Challenge launching this month with Dr Wen
• Find out how to borrow a Flir One Pro device from Bunnings this summer