Damp in Buildings Seminar

Thu 30 Apr, 2015

Damp in Buildings

This is the unmissable Masterclass of 2015! We are pleased to welcome back Mike Parrett, one of the world’s leading building pathologists and co-author of the RICS’ bestselling book ‘Diagnosing Damp’, recognised as the primary reference work on dampness in buildings.

Building failure needs to be looked at holistically. Dampness, in particular, is poorly understood and widely misdiagnosed. The prevalent tendency is to stop the investigation at the symptom and not get to the underlying causes. And after decades of sales-led solutions, Mike Parrett’s back to basics approach gets to grips with where damp comes from – and offers real, practical advice on how to deal with it. While working at Lewisham Council, he solved the damp problems in over 30,000 properties without once injecting a chemical DPC!

Get the latest knowledge on damp in buildings from the expert and:

  • Check you have the right equipment to investigate damp problems;
  • Feel confident you are adopting the right approach;
  • Correctly identify damp problems;
  • Gain real world knowledge through case studies;
  • Use checklists to verify your diagnosis.

Mike will also be addressing the very real issues that are likely to result from the increase in the deluges of rainfall we have all been experiencing in the last few years, ‘cutting edge’ stuff for real.

To view a taster trailer, please click here.

Course Suitability

This seminar is aimed at building contractors, planners, architects, local authority staff, students of the built environment, surveyors, engineers and anyone else with an interest in learning more about dampness in buildings!

Course fees include CPD certificates, refreshments and a buffet lunch.

To book a place on this seminar, please click here.

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