Upcoming Webinar: The significance of Structural Thermal Breaks in high rise fire design and Building energy performance
Farrat is partnering with iStruct this June to produce a new webinar on the significance of Structural Thermal Breaks in high rise fire design and building energy performance. This webinar is ideal for designers, architects, engineers, and specifiers, who are looking to go beyond the standard in fire design and energy efficiency.
Since the tragic circumstances of the Grenfell disaster, designing for fire construction material choice in all its facets has become a focus of design teams across the world. In balance, the global demand for energy efficiency and net-zero carbon pulls designers in an equally important direction.
This webinar with Farrat looks through the lens of Structural Thermal Breaks at the multi-role demands of building components to deliver best-in-class performance in sustainable credentials and building physics without compromising on fire safety.
The webinar will assist designers in understanding:
- The latest developments in UK Fire and Building Safety regulations
- Current requirements for specifying safety-critical building products
- Up to date thought on the UK standards for construction material performance information
- Current direction and time frame for Structural ‘Green’ Steel and the journey towards Net Zero
Date: Tuesday 21st June
Time: 9 – 10am BST
Presenter: Chris Lister. Commercial Manager – Structural Thermal Breaks
Chris Lister is the Commercial Manager for Farrat Structural Thermal Breaks and British Construction Steel Association BCSA National Council Member. Having studied both Engineering and Architecture he has worked exclusively in the construction and building product design sector, in both senior technical and commercial roles.
At Farrat he is principal in the development of Farrat Structural Thermal Break products and facade design solutions. He’s a passionate contributor to the global discussion on fire safety in high-rise structures and building physics research and advocate for achieving the highest level of energy efficiency in building design.
Chris is a dedicated father, diehard Rugby player, and fair-weather motorcyclist.