Great to be with the brilliant Speller Metcalfe team at their Malvern office in Worcestershire.

Our Adrian Norris was there to deliver a CPD session on disproportionate collapse and good practice when specifying hollowcore flooring onto steel framed buildings. Many thanks to Senior Estimator, Vicki Thompson for inviting us and to the team of eighteen who truly showed their interest and commitment to industry best practice.

Our presentation covered more efficient and practical ways of detailing and reducing risks and costs on site – and how our standard connection details eliminate hot works and soffit shuttering.

As well as delivering disproportionate collapse works for Speller Metcalfe, we do the same for other main contractors like Seddon, Vinci-Sir Robert McAlpine, Henry Brothers, Willmott Dixon, Morgan Sindall and Galliford Try. It’s our niche – and we’ve been doing it for more than two-decades.

When Beresford’s is brought in at early tendering, you can be sure we’ll have a set of tie details to completely eliminate temporary shuttering, soffit shuttering – and all hot works (site welding). This saves our clients time and money and provides a more visually aesthetic finish, which is particularly important when the inherent thermal mass properties of concrete are utilised by way of an exposed concrete soffit.

Here’s an insight into how we eliminate temporary works and hot works, resulting in savings on cost, programme and reduced risk to Health & Safety Eliminating Temporary Works and Hot Works with Beresford’s Flooring | Beresfords Flooring

Our complimentary CPD sessions are usually delivered face-to-face and include a buffet lunch – unless you’d prefer Teams.

Please arrange your CPD with Adrian Norris, our Commercial Director, on 01335 345111.