Training goes on tour to improve construction techniques and installation skills

Rothoschool on Tour – an event dedicated to improving timber construction techniques and installation skills – is visiting the NMITE Centre for Advanced Timber Technology in Hereford on 18th May.

The day-long event, organised by Rothoblaas, is dedicated to mass timber constructions, and will enable both aspiring professionals and experts to learn from experts in the field and explore the latest products and technologies.

Featuring a mix of local and international speakers, the event has a comprehensive programme of workshops and seminars including the latest research and case studies. Topics will include:

  • Innovation in timber constructions and connections
  • New timber building materials and use of local wood species
  • The fire resistance of timber structures
  • The fire reaction of building materials
  • The waterproofing and airtightness of timber buildings
  • Acoustic design
  • Examples and case studies of mass timber structures in the UK.

Located in the heart of Hereford, the Skylon Campus, where the event is held, is a state-of-the-art facility designed to promote innovation and creativity in the construction industry. As part of the NMITE, the Centre for Advanced Timber Technology is committed to advancing sustainable building practices and developing new technologies to reduce the environmental impact of construction.

If you would like to attend the event, register now to secure your place and take advantage of this exclusive opportunity.

Tickets cost £149 +VAT, which includes the course, lunch and coffee.

Members of TDUK or the Trussed Rafter Association can contact Peter Theobald, General Manager at Rothoblaas UK Ltd, to receive a 30% discount for you and your group.