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Wintech’s top social media posts in April


The Challenges of the Built-Up Wall

In the UK, the architectural landscape is defined by the intricate designs and structures of our buildings. Yet, achieving these often stunning façades now requires navigating a complex network of new regulatory and design challenges.

Wintech’s Managing Director, Paul Savidge, shares his insight into the step change required to meet the stringent demands of the current Building Regulations and the Building Safety Act (2022) requirements for high rise buildings.

Read the full article here.


Wintech Visit FPA Fire Testing Facilities

We would like to thank The Fire Protection Association (FPA), specifically Chris Miles, Commercial Director, and Gailord O Nepp from UL Solutions for organising, providing access and a tour of their testing and training facilities located at Moreton-on-Marsh.

Present on behalf of our Fire Engineering Team was James Lane, Director of Fire Engineering, and Lijesh Raju, Graduate Fire Engineer; accompanied by Clyde Abela, Façade Engineer and Operations Director, London.

Click here for the full story.


The Hidden Costs of Poorly Maintained Façade Access Equipment

In the field of modern architecture and building maintenance, the visual appeal and structural integrity of a building are paramount. However, amidst the focus on architectural design and functionality, one crucial aspect often overlooked is the maintenance of façade access equipment.

Liam Shepherd, Head of Façade Access & Maintenance at Wintech, sheds light on the profound impacts of neglected suspended access equipment (SAE) and offers insights into preventing these issues.

For the full article, click here.


Wintech strengthen ties with University of Edinburgh

Building on our commitment to promote the façade engineering profession within education, Wintech’s Pablo Ochoa, Associate Façade Engineer, was invited as a guest lecturer to The University of Edinburgh.

The lecture provided an opportunity to engage with the bright minds of the University and to introduce and share our knowledge of façade engineering with students from the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA).

To read more, click here.


Apply for the Wintech Scholarship

Applications are open for 2024/25 entry to the Wintech Scholarship Programme.

This fantastic opportunity provides funding to aspiring façade engineers, enabling them to access education, skills and the scientific and engineering knowledge required to enter the field.

For more information on the Scholarship and how to start your façade engineering journey, visit our website here.

 
 
 
 

Latest News

 
 
 
 

25 March 2024

The Impact of the NFCC’s Opinion Paper on High-Rise Building Design and Fire Safety Standards

On 12th February 2024, the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) released an opinion pape…

 
 
 
 
 

19 March 2024

Foster & Partners Welcome Wintech CPD on Embodied Carbon of Façades

Thank you to Neesha Gopal at Foster & Partners, for inviting Wintech’s Façade Engineer, …

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

14 March 2024

Station House Transformed with Wintech’s MEP Services

AVUS Consulting, Wintech Group’s MEP team, are proud to have provided MEP Consultancy service…

 
 
 
 
 

05 March 2024

Wintech wraps up Eden Project

Wintech are proud to share that A3 New Bailey, often referred to as Eden, has been completed.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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