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On March 31st, 2022, the new British Standard for waterproofing was released, providing everyone with access to the updated version of the Standard, BS 8102:2022. The newly titled Standard is the Code of Practice for the “Protection of Below Ground Structures Against Water Ingress” and includes a wide number of revisions and updates to the previous 2009 version.
In order to help with educating construction professionals on the most important updates to the 2022 version of the Standard, Newton has already created a new, RIBA approved, double points, core curriculum CPD on “Waterproofing Design Strategies to the New British Standard 8102:2022”.
The new seminar directly replaces our previous RIBA approved CPD on “Structural Waterproofing Design Strategies to BS 8102:2009” which was our most popular CPD with architects, surveyors, designers and contractors alike.
The CPD consists of a 45-minute seminar plus Q&A, which can be delivered either at your office, as an online webinar, or at our training facility in Tonbridge, Kent.
As well as an explanation of the updates to the new 2022 version of the British Standard, the presentation provides an overview of the modern methods available for protecting below ground structures from water, including:
• The different forms of structural waterproofing systems in the market and how to achieve the environmental grades outlined within BS 8102:2022
• A focus on how combination waterproofing systems are specified in below-ground structures in order to achieve the desired environment
The updated 2022 CPD is available for specifiers now! To book any of our RIBA approved seminars, either fill in the form below with your details or email us directly at email@example.com.
To read a section-by-section overview of the most important updates in the new 2022 version of the Standard, please click here.
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