Everybody who works for Hilson Moran receives regular CPD (continuing professional development) training in an array of relevant technical or professional subjects, as well as taking part in special product and technology seminars which ensure that our people are the best informed in the industry.
Hilson Moran offers seven RIBA-acredited CPD sessions. There are outlined below:
This seminar outlines Hilson Moran’s role on the iconic 30 St Mary Axe from project inception to completion. It provides a potted history of the project’s design starting with the site considerations and how the form of the building was developed – drawing on lessons learned from other high-rise, environmentally-progressive designs – through to the design of the skin, systems and workplaces.
An introduction to the key aspects of designing and specifying vertical transportation systems, this seminar provides an understanding of the impact of decisions early on in the design process and an overview of relevant legislation and codes. It also gives an insight into current technology and future developments.
This seminar has been developed to give an overview of the Code for Sustainable Homes assessment process. It provides information on environmental issues, how they are assessed and which design decisions can help to achieve a higher rating. The presentation also offers an opportunity to discuss future changes to legislation and the wider implications for the construction industry.
This is a fun and informative introduction to relevant acoustic principles using audio demonstrations and practical project examples. Each attendee will receive their own Acoustipedia, a CD-based interactive encyclopaedia of acoustics.
The seminar describes the key changes to BREEAM from 2006 to 2008 and highlights the main considerations that should be taken into account in the design process to ensure a design is sustainable, efficient and viable. It highlights the crossover between BREEAM and Energy Performance Certificates and the implications of the BREEAM minimum standards on the environmental performance of buildings.
A general introduction to fire engineering, that encompasses a brief explanation of how fire legislation has developed historically and fire engineering has evolved, this seminar includes an overview of the tools available in developing a fire safety strategy.
An introduction to the new BS9999 for fire safety, which replaces the BS5588 series of standards and provides an alternative approach to the Approved Document B, this seminar examines the principles adopted by the new standard, using a hypothetical example to derive the relevant fire precautions. It also highlights the flexibility available when compared with the Approved Document.
For more information on the RIBA CPD scheme, please follow link: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/company/23204/cpd/Hilson-Moran-Partnership-Ltd.aspx
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