Russwood will be providing high-quality timber cladding which can be used untreated on a harsh maritime site, while Marley Eternit will supply profiled fibre cement sheeting for the roof. Dickies will help keep participants safe by providing rigger boots, hard hats and high-vis waistcoats.
Russwood and Marley Eternit will both send representatives from their technical teams to teach participants how to instal their products and to answer any questions that participants have about their products in general. Both companies provided this service on Phase 1, which turned out to be a real highlight for previous participants, as shown by previous feedback. More information about their respective systems will be posted on the Tog Blog as the design develops.
Finally, it’s not too late to sign up to Tog 2014 – applications close on Friday so apply quickly if you want to make the most of this unique opportunity to learn from industry-leading experts!