NHBC Technical Extra November 2014 – Issue 16
The National House Building Council (NHBC) has this week launched the NHBC Technical Extra November 2014 – Issue 16 which introduces the chapter: ‘Waterproofing of basements and other below ground structures’. This new chapter is a key component in NHBC’s drive to improve basement construction. It is a chapter that introduces meaningful benchmarks for a vast amount of situations where the structure is required to resist the ingress of water from the ground and other sources, where ‘normal’ waterproofing installations are not considered appropriate. The Technical Extra issue covers a basement pilot, an industry perspective (from the PCA) and a good in depth practice case study. The Technical Extra is primarily aimed at technical and construction directors and managers, architects, designers and site managers, but is a good read for anyone interested or looking for work in the subject.
Click on the following link to access the PDF version of NHBC Technical Extra November 2014 – Issue 16
Waterproofing basements and basement conversions are two of the many services that Biocraft provide. Based in Reading, Berkshire, Biocraft Ltd carries out a range of damp proofing, condensation control, woodworm treatment, dry rot treatment, basement waterproofing and basement conversions throughout Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Surrey.