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This CPD (RIBA accredited) is suitable for architects, specifiers, facilities and estate management. The presentation covers:

  • An introduction to sustainable softwood timber decking
  • Versatility in design to maximise space
  • The different types of decking products on the market – advantages and disadvantages, explanations on DDA Compliance and Part M of Building Regulations
  • Slip resistance and how to check decking product compliance
  • Maintenance explained
  • Confidence in specifying

Marley Eternit runs industry recognised CPD’s and can carry these out at your local office at a time and date to suit you.

The CPD’s have been developed to assist specifiers and contractors with design considerations and frequently asked questions, each CPD will deal with best practice and provide technical guidance.


This CPD (RIBA accredited) is suitable for architects, specifiers, facilities and estate management. The presentation covers:

  • An introduction to sustainable softwood timber decking
  • Versatility in design to maximise space
  • The different types of decking products on the market – advantages and disadvantages, explanations on DDA Compliance and Part M of Building Regulations
  • Slip resistance and how to check decking product compliance
  • Maintenance explained
  • Confidence in specifying

Marley Eternit runs industry recognised CPD’s and can carry these out at your local office at a time and date to suit you.

The CPD’s have been developed to assist specifiers and contractors with design considerations and frequently asked questions, each CPD will deal with best practice and provide technical guidance.


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