Balconies – To Fail or Not to Fail? Course Overview When it comes to the construction of balconies, it is well known that waterproofing issues are the most common cause of their failure. In this webinar we break down the key elements of waterproofing balconies. We simplify the critical National Construction Code and AS4654 requirements [...]
Screeds, Additives and Admixtures Course Overview How well do you know your screeds, reinforcement requirements and compliance? On a daily basis, we see many screeds being installed incorrectly. Additionally, many failures are attributed to the incorrect use of reinforcement mesh and expansion joints. • Do you know the difference between a proprietary screed and a [...]
This webinar series (by Waterproof Awareness) focuses on the essential six areas of waterproofing where mistakes commonly occur. Each session takes you through the main issues before honing in on case studies to illustrate real-life problems, showing exactly how and why waterproofing fails and linking every process to the Australian standards and regulatory requirements. The [...]
Content covers It is common in modern construction that effort exerted in the construction waterproofing process, it is focused on design and materials selection at the front end of the process and little effort is left on the back end for quality control of the execution of those designs. This would explain why the overwhelming [...]
AIW Member Discounts AIW Members are entitled to a 10% discount when purchasing the six webinar package. Check your membership with firstname.lastname@example.org. Course Content Relevant codes and standards relating to screeds Difference between bonded and unbonded screeds What are proprietary and non-proprietary screeds Is reinforcement mesh required? Additives, admixtures and their various uses Expansion joint [...]
Down the Plughole (Open as PDF and rotate view for easy reading.) This article by The Sunday Telegraph relates to the following important waterproofing topics - remedial work certification building commissioner deflects standards waterproofing best practice litigation.