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TIMBER WALL FRAME AUDITS AND FINDINGS 

FRI 6TH OCT 23 

TRINITY ON HAMPDEN

230 HAMPDEN ST CRAWLEY 

8.30AM - 11.30AM 

COST : $175PP 

Bookings and more detail coming soon 

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Who Should attend ? 

Building Surveyors, Building Inspectors, Builders , Design Managers 

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Key Note Speaker
Allan Shiell

Dept of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety 

Building and Energy has conducted technical inspections of timber framing to Class 1 buildings focusing on timber wall framing.

Findings reveal deficiencies with both pre-fabricated and site built timber wall framing.

 

 Industry Bulletin 151 highlights common construction issues found through Building and Energy’s residential timber framing inspections. This presentation highlights areas to improve compliance in wall framing connections. These address common issues relating to an insufficient chain of tie-  down connection from the roof into and through the wall frames and supporting surface.

Speakers 

Allan Shiell

Dept of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety 


Allan Shiell is the audit manager at the Department of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety’s Building and Energy Division. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with Honours in Building Control Surveying and is a registered Level 1 Building Surveyor. He heads up a team of building professionals who monitor the building industry and includes carrying out audit inspections of Registered Service Providers under the delegation of the Building Commissioner. 

Allan has 22 years’ experience and has worked in various roles in the construction industry starting as a quantity surveyor/architectural designer in Scotland. He has worked in Building Control here in Australia for over 14 years in various Local Governments as Principal Building Surveyor and State Government’s Building Commission before Building and Energy.

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