Building Preservation in the North

The best building preservation company’s meet up.   Leading building preservation specialists attended the Property Care Association (PCA), Northern regional meeting in Manchester yesterday. These regional meetings are a chance for PCA members to hear what the PCA is up to on their behalf and share ideas and best practice in building preservation. PCA chairman, […]

PCA course on Writing Expert Reports

Expert Witness Training via the PCA – any good?   Yesterday I was at the Property Care Association HQ (PCA), to attend the Writing Expert Reports course.  This is one of the growing number of specialist additional courses the PCA have been adding to their already extensive suite. Lynden Alexander of Professional Solutions delivered a fascinating day, […]

UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings UKCMB

The UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings (UKCMB) Last Wednesday I was in London for the launch of the UKCMB. The launch was at the Roberts Building, University Collage London. About 100 interested parties were invited along to hear about the UKCMB and find out how they could get involved with its work. I was […]

PCA conference 2016

  What a PCA conference it was! CEO Stephen Hodgson was able to tell delegates that the PCA is in great shape (as if we didn’t know). Over the past year PCA has delivered 2000 days of training and membership is growing well above 400 firms and individuals. Great stuff. Great speakers from across the […]

Residential Ventilation Masterclass PCA

Extra knowledge of domestic ventilation via PCA   Last year I posted a review of the Bpec domestic ventilation engineers course. Now, after a year putting these skills to good use, I’ve been able to add further knowledge, via the new Residential Ventilation Masterclass, run by the Property Care Association. PCA members and many residential […]

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