Design Considerations for Insulated Sandwich Panel - ArchiBuild Expo

13-15 June 2024, ICC Sydney

Design Considerations for Insulated Sandwich Panel

eventJune 16
schedule10:30am - 11:30am
location_onRAIA Refuel CPD Stage

This seminar explores a range of design considerations to achieve optimum results with ISP, including; structural, thermal, weatherability and fire properties. Andrew Hudson, Specification Manager and industry expert will share the differences between ISP and ACP, the properties of different ISP core types and how ISP complies with Australian Standards.

Formal CPD Points: 1

Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this presentation, you should be able to:
• Identify core types for insulated panel (ISP), their different properties and suitability for different types of construction
• Explain the differences between ISP and ACP
• Explain the benefits of Insulated Sandwich Panel
• Articulate the relevant design considerations when specifying ISP, specific to
o Structural
o Fire
o Weatherability and
o Thermal
• Outline the difference between expansion joint steps and end lapping and how new systems overcome the risks of end lapping

NSCA 2015 Performance Criteria:

Design: Conceptual Design

3.7 Assessment and integration of construction systems and materials consistent with project brief

Design: Schematic Design

4.1 Evaluation of design options in relation to project requirements.

Documentation: Documentation

6.2 Continuing coordination and integration of information and project material from relevant consultants, specialists and suppliers.

6.5 Nomination of quality and performance standards with regard to selected materials, finishes, fittings components and systems

NSCA 2021 Performance Criteria:

Project Initiation and Conceptual Design

PC28: Be able to draw on knowledge from building sciences and technology, environmental sciences and behavioural and social sciences as part of preliminary design research and when developing the conceptual design to optimise the performance of the project

Detailed Design and Construction Documentation

PC 39: Be able to integrate the material selection, structural and construction systems established in the conceptual design into the detailed design and documentation.
PC43: Be able to collaborate with nominated contractors early in the documentation process to identify key construction methodology opportunities and constraints.
PC45: Be able to nominate and integrate quality and performance standards with regard to selected materials, finishes, fittings, components and systems, considering the impact on Country and the environment, and the whole life carbon impact of the project. This includes integrating life cycle assessments and other expertise and advice from consultants.