Insulation product specialist, Actis, has renewed its partnership with LABC for a third time after two successful years as a sponsor
The two organisations are looking forward to helping other industry members gain greater insight into thermal efficiency and insulation products.
The CPD sessions Actis presents at all the LABC roadshows around the country have been extremely popular – so much so that 2020 will see the launch of a new, follow up module.
Revisions to Part L expected in 2020 are also likely to form a major plank of the LABC and Actis roadshow messages in the coming year.
Actis will continue to take part in LABC’s regional awards ceremonies and will play a key role in its annual conference in March.
LABC head of business development, Anna Thompson, said: “We are delighted that Actis will continue to be one of our main sponsors for the coming year.
“Over the past two years we have developed an excellent mutually beneficial relationship which has helped to raise understanding of the work of both organisations throughout the construction industry, particularly our mutual goal of closing the thermal performance gap.
“We are looking forward to 2020 and the challenges of the new Part L and already have a dozen of our popular free breakfast technical updates in the pipeline.”
Actis UK and Ireland sales director, Mark Cooper, added: “We’re thrilled about our continued partnership with the LABC which provides us with an excellent opportunity to share our technical expertise with colleagues across the construction industry.”
The CE marked Actis Hybrid insulation product has LABC and LABSS registered details, LABC Warranty and Premier Guarantee approval and are accepted by the NHBC when used in accordance with the certification.
The range’s four insulation products have been praised by architects, builders, specifiers and installers for their cleanliness, ease and speed of installation, lack of waste, lightness and ease of transportation as well as their impressive thermal performance.
Actis’ current CPD module on tackling the performance gap comes in two variants, one for England and Wales and one for Scotland which has more stringent thermal efficiency requirements.