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STA Events


Stewart Milne Factory Tour

13th September 2017 at Witney, Oxfordshire

This factory tours takes place in the Stewart Milne Timber Systems facility and covers the process of timber frame production and construction from the material store through to the several mechanical cutting, nailing and finishing procedures to the finished product and delivery to the yard where they are stacked.
ONE DAY EVENT - FREE TO ATTEND!

Who should attend?

These tours are aimed predominantly at Architects, Clients, Contractors, Housebuilders and Developers.

Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm
 
 

Fire Safety Workshop

19th September 2017 at Copthorne Hotel Salford Quays , Manchester

The STA is running a series of five Fire safety workshops this autumn across the UK.

The purpose of these workshops is to update members on the latest Site Safe procedures and complementary Fire Risk Management and Fire Safety information – including 16 steps to Fire Safety and our latest Advice Notes

Who should attend?

Open to STA members and non-members including system manufacturers, house builders, contractors, clients, designers, erectors, architects, HSE & CFOA members. 

Time: 9:00am - 2:05pm
 
 

STA Regional Conference - Offsite Structural Timber - the Solution to the Housing Crisis

28th September 2017 at Ashton Gate Stadium , Bristol

Morning Agenda: - Offsite Structural Timber - the Solution to the Housing Crisis - Open to members and non-members

This event aims to inform and inspire about the benefits of utilising offsite structural timber to address the housing crisis. A host of speakers representing Timber Frame, SIPS and CLT will present the facts about structural timber, dispelling the myths, offering technical expertise and demonstrating the capabilities through a range of high calibre case studies.

Who should attend?

Aimed predominantly at Architects, Housebuilders, Developers, Affordable Housing Providers, Local Authorities, Engineers and Surveyors.

Lunch and networking - open to members and non-members only

Afternoon Agenda - STA Members Regional Event - Open to members only

The afternoon session will cover various topics and updates including latest information on Fire Guidance.

Who should attend? 

All STA Members

Time: 9:00am - 3:30pm
 
 

Fire Safety Workshop

4th October 2017 at Holiday Inn, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham

The STA is running a series of five Fire safety workshops this autumn across the UK.

The purpose of these workshops is to update members on the latest Site Safe procedures and complementary Fire Risk Management and Fire Safety information – including 16 steps to Fire Safety and our latest Advice Notes 

Who should attend?

Open to STA members and non-members including system manufacturers, house builders, contractors, clients, designers, erectors, architects, HSE & CFOA members. 

Time: 9:00am - 2:05pm
 
 

Fire Safety Workshop

19th October 2017 at Rugby Sandy Park, Exeter

The STA is running a series of five Fire safety workshops this autumn across the UK.

The purpose of these workshops is to update members on the latest Site Safe procedures and complementary Fire Risk Management and Fire Safety information – including 16 steps to Fire Safety and our latest Advice Notes 

Who should attend?

Open to STA members and non-members including system manufacturers, house builders, contractors, clients, designers, erectors, architects, HSE & CFOA members. 

Time: 9:00am - 2:05pm
 
 

Fire Safety Workshop

24th October 2017 at Royal Cambridge Hotel, Cambridge

The STA is running a series of five Fire safety workshops this autumn across the UK.

The purpose of these workshops is to update members on the latest Site Safe procedures and complementary Fire Risk Management and Fire Safety information – including 16 steps to Fire Safety and our latest Advice Notes 

Who should attend?

Open to STA members and non-members including system manufacturers, house builders, contractors, clients, designers, erectors, architects, HSE & CFOA members. 

Time: 9:00am - 2:05pm
 
 

Fire Safety Workshop

1st November 2017 at Garfield House Hotel, Glasgow

The STA is running a series of five Fire safety workshops this autumn across the UK.

The purpose of these workshops is to update members on the latest Site Safe procedures and complementary Fire Risk Management and Fire Safety information – including 16 steps to Fire Safety and our latest Advice Notes 

Who should attend?

Open to STA members and non-members including system manufacturers, house builders, contractors, clients, designers, erectors, architects, HSE & CFOA members. 

Time: 9:00am - 2:05pm
 
 

STA Regional Conference - Glasgow

1st November 2017 at Garfield House Hotel - Cumbernauld Road, Glasgow

This afternoon regional event will take place straight after the morning Fire workshop.

this session will provide members with updates on:

 >Commercial status including updates on; Timber Frame vs Masonry Guide, Estimating Guide, Timber Trends and Capacity Report

>Quality Assurance - STA Assure

>Fire Guidance Updates


Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
 
 

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Mary Riley Associates
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