CPD seminars relating to roads & pavements on EXTERNAL WORKS. Resources to build your knowledge and understanding.
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  • Kinley : Successful landscape edging: aluminium, steel & plastic
    Successful landscape edging: aluminium, steel & plastic
    Kinley
    This free CPD training programme has been designed to increase understanding of the uses of aluminium, steel and plastic as effective landscape edge restraints. Discover the benefits, methods and best practice techniques for...
  • Steintec: SuDS and Permeable Pavements
    SuDS and Permeable Pavements
    Steintec
    The CPD initially provides an overview of the SuDS concept; the continuing need for its adoption in future development and construction. The concept of the permeable pavement, a component of SuDS, is then examined in detail...
  • Addagrip Terraco: Resin based product seminars
    Resin based product seminars
    Addagrip Terraco
    Addagrip runs a series of CPD seminars on resin-based products throughout the year. This CPD seminar, presented by Addagrip's Business Development Manager Tim Hopkins, includes information on resin bound, resin bonded and...
  • Steintec: Modular Pavements: Design and Specification Essentials
    Modular Pavements: Design and Specification Essentials
    Steintec
    The course covers the essential design considerations of modular pavement construction and the relationship between aesthetics and engineering requirements so it's relevant to both architects and engineers alike. The...
  • The advantages of hard landscaping materials
    BituChem
    The Bituchem Group is offering free, informative presentations to architects and specifiers throughout England and Wales on the advantages of hard landscaping materials. The surfacing product specialists have created the...
  • World Class Paving and Walling
    Tobermore
    Tobermore offers RIBA CPD approved presentations to give specifiers first hand experience of paving and walling products. Typically CPD seminar presentations are made at the architect's practice, usually during lunch break.