TAS Regional Refuel CPD: Design Considerations for ISP

TAS Regional Refuel CPD: Design Considerations for ISP

Refuel TAS - In-Person | Design Considerations for Insulated Sandwich Panels

In person Event | National Refuel CPD Provider | Launceston
Date: 9 April 2024
Time: 12.30-1.15 pm In person (please contact tash.lowry@architecture.com.au if you would like to attend this event via zoom)
Where: Design Tasmania, Gallery 4, Cnr Brisbane & Tamar Streets Launceston
Cost: Free

PLEASE NOTE: This event will be directly followed by Refuel Tas - Commercial Selection Process and Lapping System Options from 1.15-1.45pm (allow approximately 1.5hrs for both events). Refreshments/light lunch will be provided.

You will be provided with a questionnaire at the conclusion of the event. Please return the questionnaires to andrew.hudson@bondor.com.au for your CPD certificate.


Australia is following European and American practices where Insulated Sandwich Panel (ISP) are being increasingly specified in a range of end use applications to take advantage of their structural and thermal properties and ease of construction. This webinar explores a range of design considerations to achieve optimum results with ISP including structural, thermal, weatherability and fire properties. It will discuss the differences between ISP and ACP, the properties of different ISP core types and how ISP complies with Australian Standards.


Bondor provides one formal CPD point following attendance to this seminar and submission of relevant course material.

At the end of this session participants should be able to:
• Identify core types of insulated panel (ISP), their different properties and sustainability 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
Weatherability and


Andrew Hudson is a construction industry professional with in excess of 25 years' experience across a variety of functional construction materials and in QLD/NT represents Australia's larger manufacturer of CodeMark certifies insulated roof and wall panels, Bondor_Metecno. Andrew provides valuable support to design practitioners in areas relating to thermal efficiency, Australian Standards and the NCC and is passionate about the full process that commences not just with the traditional design to construction process, but also addressed the useful life of the building under occupancy and ensures it exceeds client expectations for thermal efficiency and running costs, Andrew is an approved AIA Refuel presenter.