Please click on the links below to download the presentations from today’s speakers.

Please note that the presentations will be available for 30 days after the conference and will be deleted after that.

 

Time

Description

9.00

Overview of some important BC(A)R issues
Speaker: Joe Kennedy, FRIAI,  Chair of the RIAI BC(A)R Steering Group, Managing Director of Smith and Kennedy Architects

9.40

Code of Practice & Framework; The role of building control authorities
Speaker: Pat Nestor MSCSI MRICS, Head of the Building Control Division within the Planning & Property Development Department of Dublin City Council

10.20

Practical issues and cost?
Speaker: Kevin Sheridan, EurBE, MSc, CEnv, Chartered Surveyor & Chairman, Institution of Civil Engineers, Secretary General European Association of Building and Construction Experts & Past President Irish Building Control Institute

11.30

Liability & Legal Implications of the Assigned Certifiers
Speaker: Martin Waldron, Barrister and Quantity Surveyor

12.10

Register of Building Contractors & the role of the Assigned Builder
Speaker: Mel O’Reilly, Chair of CIF committee on Building Regulations and Builders’ Register; CIF representative for the CIC Technical Working Group on the operation of the Building Control Regulations

2.00

What is the role of the Assigned Certifiers & interface with ER and BCA?
Speaker: Cormac Bradley, B.Sc.C.Eng. F.I.E.I, M.I.C.E, Construction Manager, RPS Consulting Engineers

3.00

Building Control Reform Agenda
Speaker: John Wickham, Senior Adviser – Housing Adviser/ Building Standards, Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government

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