A forum to discuss key issues arising on the ground, possible solutions & responsibilities of each party
A one-day conference
Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin
Date: 17th October 2019
CMG have run a number of conferences on the topic of BCAR, TGDs and the Assigned Certifier etc. Time and time again delegates ask for a follow on event covering more than just what the regs are and a forum to discuss the issues with each part of the regulations and solutions going forward
This important one day conference will do just that and look in-depth into each part of the regulations and possible solutions for common problems on site.
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5 Structured CPD Points
Chairperson & Opening Remarks
Rory Murphy, Associate Director, Reddy Architecture + Urbanism
BCAR – Builder’s role and assessment of common issues after first five years.
Speaker: Mel O’Reilly, Former Building Contractor
BCMS- One system for all –BCAR & collection of certificates and Anxillary certs
Speaker: Mairéad Phelan, Project Manager, National Building Control Office
The difference between the TGD & the regulations themselves
Part L – Demonstrating compliance with Part L through the DEAP methodology
Speaker: Orla Coyle – Programme Manager for NZEB and High Performance Retrofit, SEAI
Part A & D – Inspection regime Structural Engineering
Speaker: Jim Mansfield Consulting Engineer
Part C – Issues Arising – Contaminated land – Radon, CO2, CH4 and VOCs
Speaker: Michael Sweeney, GQA Environmental
-Integrity testing options
Building Regulations Part E Sound “Issues and Solutions”
Speaker: Chris Dilworth, AWN (Director, Acoustics)
Issues Parts K & M Discussed
Speaker: Eoin O’Herlihy, Managing Director, O’Herlihy Access Consultancy
New issues arising as a consequence of ‘other’ parts if the regulations changing
Example – increased insulation & air tightness having a knock on effect that Ventilation under Part F becomes more critical. Where ventilation “to the old standard” is only provided it then with the “new standard” insulation you end up with
Issues – Part B
Speaker: Éanna Ó Tuama, Associate Fire Engineer, Affinity Fire Engineering
Jason Seward, Director, Affinity Fire Engineering
Issues arising in design:
Issues arising on site:
Compliance issues surrounding fire safety upgrades resulting from fire risk assessments.
Issues – Part F
Speaker: Terry Kavanagh, Contracts Manager, Sustainability, Building Envelope Technologies
Issues – Part G
Issues – Part H
Issues – Part J
This event will be of real interest to all build and design professionals, assigned and design certifiers, public sector bodies and those who look after the technicalities and law surrounding projects. The types of organisations in attendance will be contractors, sub-contractors, engineers, architects, local authorities, semi-state agencies, government departments, manufacturers, suppliers, universities and legal consultants
Consulting Engineer, Kavanagh Mansfield & Partners, Chairman Eurocodes Consultative Committee
Jim Mansfield is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of Engineers Ireland and a Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers.Read more
Jim Mansfield is the Chair of an NSAI Committee “Eurocodes Consultative Committee” which deals with the impact of the Eurocode suite of design standards in Ireland. This committee also looks at the impact on the Irish Construction Industry of a number of related standards which includes EN 1090.
Jim Mansfield has lectured on a number of topics related to the Eurocodes to various organisations in recent years.
Jim Mansfield is currently Chair person of the Irish Concrete Society, which is a not for profit Society supporting technical excellence in the design and construction of concrete with members from all sections including design, production and construction.
BEng(Tech) PGradDip MIEI, GQA Environmental
Michael is an environmental engineer and director of GQA Environmental.Read more
He has worked in contaminated land characterisation, design and verification for over 10 years. He has been involved in the development of best practice CIRIA guidance documents in the UK and has carried out consultation to the EPA and advisory work to the DOE in Ireland. He lectures on the post graduate diploma for environmental engineering at Trinity College and has designed training courses on contaminated land for CIEH Contaminated Land Officers and Building Control departments in the North of Ireland.
Director (Acoustics) at AWN Consulting
Chris Dilworth (Director) has responsibility for the Acoustics team in AWN Consulting.Read more
He is a European Engineer and Chartered Engineer with a BEng in Electroacoustics from the Department of Applied Acoustics at the University of Salford. He is a corporate member of Engineers Ireland and the Institute of Acoustics with over thirty years’ experience in the field of acoustics; he has been a consultant since 1989. Chris was a member of the Working Group that assisted with the redrafting of the 2014 Building Regulations update relating to Sound, as well as the associated Technical Guidance Document. He is the lead author of technical documents published by, inter alia, Transport Infrastructure Ireland (formerly the NRA) and the Environmental Protection Agency. He is a founder member of the Sound Insulation Testing Register Ireland (SITRI) and has lectured at TCD, UCD, NUI Galway and NUI Maynooth.
B Tech (Ed.), M.Eng, CEng MIEI, MIES, Managing Director, O’Herlihy Access Consultancy
Eoin O’Herlihy is an independent accessibility and Universal Design consultant and Managing Director of O’Herlihy Access Consultancy (OHAC www.accessconsultancy.ie).Read more
OHAC is one of the leading specialists in access consultancy and training in Ireland. Established in 2007, the goal of OHAC is to make services and buildings accessible for everyone. They work in partnership with national and international clients to ensure that their built environment, services, human resources and information provision are accessible to all staff and customers regardless of age, size or disability.
With over fourteen years experience working as an accessibility consultant and trainer, Eoin has advised clients including the National Disability Authority, The European Commission; Dublin Castle, Cantrell and Crowley Architects; the Health Service Executive; University College Cork; The Department of Education and Skills; John Sisk and Sons; European Network for Accessible Tourism; National Standards Authority of Ireland; Microsoft; The Irish Wheelchair Association; Age Friendly Ireland; Kennedy Wilson; Dublin City Council; Henry J Lyons Architects; Dublin Institute of Technology and the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government.
Former Building Contractor
Mel O’Reilly is a former CEO of a large building contractor who was involved in the delivery of public and private projects across all sectors of the industry – public and private residential developments, commercial and industrial facilities, healthcare, leisure, and refurbishment works.Read more
Following studies in Bolton Street and TCD, he entered the family contracting business for a period and joined MDY in 1992. He now has over 40 years’ experience at various management levels in the contracting industry. In latter years he has been heavily involved in MBCA and CIF committees and as chairman of the CIF Builders’ Register & Building Regulations Committee he has been involved in the establishment of CIRI and in the consultative process with the DECLG (HPLG) in the development and review of BCAR. He is currently a board member of CIRI as one of the industry representatives.
Project Manager, National Building Control Office
Mairéad Phelan, Head of National Building Control Office is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of Engineers Ireland.Read more
Prior to this she was a Programme Manager in the Local Government Management Agency, where she project managed the implementation of the National Building Control Management Project and BCMS. She was Senior Engineer in Fingal County Council’s Planning & Strategic Infrastructure, Road Safety and Transportation Departments. The bulk of her experience is in project management of large building construction and civil engineering projects for both the public and private sector. She holds an MBA, a Diploma in Highway & Geotechnical Engineering, a Diploma in Project Management, a Diploma in Law and a PGC in Governance.
Associate Director, Reddy Architecture + Urbanism
Rory Murphy is an Associate Director at Reddy Architecture + Urbanism.Read more
He was educated in Blackrock College and the School of Architecture in Dublin Institute of Technology graduating in 1988. In his early career he worked with Denys Lasdun in London and Jean Nouvel in Paris before returning to Ireland. Over a 30 year career Rory he has worked at the highest level in the construction industry in Ireland, the Middle East and the Caribbean on a wide range of prestigious retail, commercial, residential and hospitality award winning projects as well as completing numerous private commissions. While an Associate Director at Henry J Lyons Architects he developed a practice methodology for Assigned Certification and compliance with the requirements of the recent BC(A)R legislation and has lectured on process. Rory is a fellow of the Royal institute of Architects of Ireland and a grade III Conservation Architect. He has been a studio lecturer in Architecture, an assessor of the Travelling Scholarship and is a previous Treasurer of the AAI.
Contracts Manager, Sustainability, Building Envelope Technologies
Since Building Envelope Technologies was formed in 2001, they have built a strong reputation among leading Architects, Contractors, Engineers and end users for providing a service of the highest technical integrity and have huge experience in the area of building airtightness, building regulations compliance & building defect analysis.Read more
Terry as the Building Envelope Technologies Sustainability Manager has responsibility for the successful running of all of the Sustainability department’s activities which include Building Energy Ratings, demonstrating TGD Part L & TDG Part F Ventilation Compliance for BET’s clients.
Terry received an honours degree in Building Services Engineering from DIT Bolton Street and since then has worked at every level of the construction industry from sustainable energy retrofits to large scale construction projects with multinational clients before joining BET in 2017 to head up this newly created department.
Terry was responsible for writing BET’s domestic ventilation test procedures and getting them accredited by INAB in accordance with our ISO 17025 accredited quality management system, making BET the first company in Ireland which can offer independent and accredited 3rd party ventilation airflow checks in accordance with the new TGD Part F 2019.
There will be 5 CPD points awarded to attendees at this conference. Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.
Talbot Hotel (Formerly Stillorgan Park Hotel)
Secure your place at the early bird rate and save €100.00 – Early Bird Rate = €395.00 + VAT – (LIMITED AVAILABILITY) – Normal rate €495.00 + VAT
Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain amount of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment
CMG Events Conference Discount
- 10% discount for the third delegate booked or subsequent bookings thereafter from the same company.
The rate to attend includes parking, morning tea/coffee and refreshments on arrival at registration, mid-morning tea/coffee and pastries and full buffet lunch. You will receive the speakers PowerPoint presentations within 24 hours after the event.
Telephone:+353 1 2933650