Passive House Workshop – Cork

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For Architects, Builders and other building professionals.

The Passive House Workshop provides a fascinating insight into the Design and Construction of buildings which require little or no energy to run. This workshop will be eligible for CPD Hours and Points and certificates of attendance will be issued to all participants.

Venue: SelfBuild & Improve Your Home Show, Millstreet, Co Cork
Date: Friday 8th November 10.45am – 4.30pm
Includes: Passive House workshop, lunch, free entry to the show, Tea & Coffee
Cost: €50 per person

CPD Eligible: This workshop will be eligible for CPD hours and points and a certificate of attendance will be issued.

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Workshop Programme

  • 10.30  Registration / Reception
  • 10.45  Passive Housing Overview – What does it say on the tin? (Art McCormack, MosArt Architecture Ltd – Introduction to the standard)
  • 11.45  Tea /  Coffee Break
  • 12.00  Building Envelope Integrity and Energy Performance (John Morehead – Wain Morehead Architects Ltd)
  • 12.45  Tradespersons for Passive House – Doing what it says on the tin! (Art McCormack)
  • 13.15  Lunch
  • 14.00  Pro Demo 1 – Tapes and Membranes in a Timberframe wall panel – demonstration and description of make-up – window fixing and sealing (Cygnum TF & Siga Tapes).
  • 14.45  Pro Demo 2 – Masonry wall by Quinnlite with Munster Joinery window – Avoiding cold bridging and air leakage in masonry construction. Demonstrated with tapes and membranes (Siga Tapes).
  • 15.30  Pro Demo 3 – Passive Insulated Concrete Formwork by Thermohouse (Siga Tapes)
  • 16.15  Q & A’s
  • 16.30  Close


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2 thoughts on “Passive House Workshop – Cork

  1. Brian Corry

    Hi Mark

    The Passive House Workshop taking place at the SelfBuild & Improve Your Home Show in Citywest Convention Centre on Friday 13th September is eligible for unstructured CPD points. A Certificate of Attendance will be issued to all delegates and can be combined with the official programme for the day as official evidence, thus indicating the number of hours involved. I hope this answers your query.


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