How to perform well with performance, the new performance-based design brief process. Applying Part A2.2(4) A Worked Example Using Vol. 1 of the BCA
AIBS has teamed up with Stephen Kip of SKIP Consulting to provide this webinar event on How to perform well with performance, the new performance-based design brief process – Applying Part A2.2(4) A Worked Example. Stephen is a registered building surveyor and Fire Safety Engineer as well as a Board Member with the ABCB and Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Engineering at Victoria University
This webinar event will guide you through the process of a performance solution using Vol. 1 of the BCA and will provide an example using the light & ventilation verification method to achieve compliance using A2.2(4) as a compliance pathway.
This worked example will take you through the role of the building surveyor in process of using Part A2.2(4) using the light and ventilation verification method, including;
This webinar is well suited to building surveyors who are new to developing performance solutions or the experienced building surveyor working on multi-storey residential buildings.
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Stephen Kip has been a Director of SKIP Consulting, an engineering and regulatory consultancy firm for the past 14 years.
Prior to that he has held senior engineering positions with Warrington Fire Research (now Exova Warrington Fire) and the Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ) and was the deputy to the Building Commissioner at the Building Control Commission in Victoria, Australia. He holds a degree in Building and a master’s degree in Engineering and has additional post graduate qualifications in Fire Safety Engineering and Building Project Management. He is a board member of the Australian Building Codes Board, an Adjunct Associate Professor of the academic staff at the School of Engineering at Victoria University, a board member of the Bushfire Building Council of Australia, an Honorary Fellow of the academic staff of the University of Melbourne School of Architecture, and a Fellow of Engineers Australia.
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