ATTMA will be talking at the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) Autumn Conference in Winchester later this year, providing a presentation about the importance of compliance in testing, focussing heavily on the dangers of assuming a certificate is ok.
The talk will take into account the effects of not matching air tightness with ventilation, testing without being part of a certification scheme and complacency with certificates.
It is expected that as many as 90 BCO’s will be present.
Formed in 1925 as the Incorporated Association of Architects and Surveyors, the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) is a leading body for professionals specialising in the design, construction, evaluation and maintenance of buildings.
Its members practise across the United Kingdom, mainland Europe and around the World, and work in both the private and public sectors. The CABE provides the prime qualification of Building Engineer, a title that exactly reflects the professional expertise of members.
The Association was founded with the principal objectives to:
- promote and advance the knowledge, study and practice of each and all of the arts and sciences concerned with building technology, planning, design, construction, maintenance and repair of the built environment and the creation and maintenance of a high standard of professional qualification, conduct and practice.
- encourage and facilitate co-operation between the construction professions.
The Association was granted its Royal Charter in 2013.
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