***SOLD OUT*** CPD: Traditional Roofs and Leadwork

A photo of a man in high-vis and a hard hat cleaning lead on a historic roof

Tuesday 12th March | 10am – 11am | On site at John Fulton Plumbers, 123 Harmony Row, Glasgow, G51 3NB

This CPD offers the opportunity to visit John Fulton Plumbers to learn about the restoration and conservation of traditional roofs, and the specification of lead for historic buildings.

The session will focus on how to recognise the repair and maintenance needs of historic roofs, the material qualities of lead, and its pivotal role in detailing and protecting traditional buildings. 

John Fulton Plumbers Ltd are leadwork and roofing specialists, who work across Scotland. The company has been a member of the Lead Contractors Association (LCA) since 1984 and won the industry recognised Murdoch Award on three occasions.

Spaces are limited to 11 people, booking essential.

£10 per person / £5 for students


All sessions are recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) as being capable of contributing to the obligatory CPD requirements of Full Members (see www.ihbc.org.uk)

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