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Hot dip galvanizing is a highly controlled factory led process and everything from small nuts and bolts to large structural sections can be galvanized. Whether it is for agriculture, transport, utilities or the energy sector, galvanizing plays an important role within our day-to-day lives.
About the Open Day
Various sites ranging from Elgin, Exeter, Hull and Galway in Ireland, will be opening their doors on October 15th.
4 key benefits of the RIBA approved plant tour
The coordinated site visits are aimed at giving construction industry professionals a valuable opportunity to learn how to extend and improve their use of galvanizing.
- Understand the hot dip galvanizing process
- Make more informed corrosion protection decisions
- Design better structures
- Earn valuable RIBA CPD points
Will Grime , William Grime Architect
Move beyond the textbook
Rob Hearne, Chartered Consultant Architect and CPD specialist, who assessed the initial open day for RIBA, said:
“Galvanizing is a ubiquitous process that many take for granted without truly getting to grips with the detail. This open day has shown that the galvanizing industry across the board wants specifiers and contractors to move beyond the text book, and to design, develop and equally importantly, assess results, from a position of greater knowledge.”
Engagement with the galvanizer at an early design phase
As part of our RIBA CPD programme, Galvanizers Association is working with construction professionals to increase engagement with galvanizers within product development and at the early design phase of projects.
Don’t just take our word for it!
“The tour of the plant and the question and answer session at the end had been very informative.”
Paul Fortune and Ben Adcock, John Sisk & Son
“Timing was spot on and level of information adequate.”
Gordon Strang, Royal HaskoningDHV
“Really enjoyed it, people were friendly and very knowledgeable.”
Laura Dombrovska, AECOM
“Excellent. Obviously, he knew galvanizing inside out.”
Alan Smith, Critall Windows
“A very informative tour packed with experience of the plant and product.”
John Eynon, Kelvin Power Consultants
How to book a plant tour
Select a plant from the map and follow the link, which will take you to a registration form.
There are two time slots to choose from, morning and afternoon. For Cork and West Midlands please zoom in to view all available options.
Alternatively, you can view a regional list of all plants here from which you can select a plant for your visit.