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Leaking Towers Seminars - Why Water & Buildings Don't Mix

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New Zealand

New Zealand

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A must attend event for architects, builders, surveyors, building owners. A recent survey of builders and architects by Mecca discovered the issue of most concern to them is water leaking into buildings. The problem is an ongoing burden for building owners in repairs and maintenance resulting in disputes and sometimes costly litigation.

These lectures will be presented by waterproofing expert Paul Ratcliff. Paul will detail the common waterproofing failures encountered in commercial and residential buildings.

Paul is a co-author of a series of waterproofing guides produced for the Master Builders Association (Australia) that look at flashings, windows & balconies, bathroom, external facades and planter boxes.

Through an engaging and thoughtful presentation, Paul will introduce the books as a guide to waterproofing and flashing using case histories of common failures, overview their content and explain how to the adopt correct design and installation methods to ensure water doesn’t get into the building structure.

Auckland: Monday Nov 27,
Hilton Hotel, 147 Quay St

Wellington: Tuesday Nov 28,
InterContinental, 2 Grey St Wellington

Christchurch:Wednesday Nov 29,
The George Hotel, 50 Park Terrace

Event Times:
Seminars commence at 6.15 pm and conclude at 9pm.

Guest attending the seminar can apply to the NZIA for formal CPD points.

Costs:
$65 per person or $400 for group of 10 (includes drinks & finger food (waterproofing manuals will be available for sale on the night at discounted rate). All prices are subject to GST.


For further information, please contact Mark Gledhill via email at mark@meccaevents.com.au or call 0419 518 642

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