Events & Seminars

WEBINAR : Adapting to The Challenging Impacts Of Climate Change

Rocky Shet & Zaidi Semail

20 May 2022
20 May 2022
PAM Corporate/Graduate

Registration closes on 21 May 2022 or once seats are fully subscribed
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ONE (1) LAM CPD Points

Non-Attendance Fee RM120.00.

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With the impacts of climate change becoming a crucial consideration in modern architecture, performance criteria are now a prerequisite aside from aesthetic needs for a building. More so for tropical regions, apart from year-long scorching heat and heavy rainfall that weighs into performance requirements, there’s also a growing need for sustainable and green development goals that need to be met.
Join us in this session as our speakers leverage on a series of critical design criteria that helps ensure the negative impacts of climate change are guarded off.
We’ll be conversing on various topics including:
Thermal transmittance requirements of UBBL 38A for non-residential buildings.
Green Building Index (GBI) guide for SRI Value, including the selection of colours and materials during the design stage.
Wind loading performance under MS 1553:2002 code of practice.
Sustenance of water runoff during heavy rains through roof profile selection and roof pitch determination.

Rocky Shet
Rocky Shet graduated with a bachelor’s degree (honours) in Mechanical Engineering from Monash University Malaysia.
Rocky’s experience includes providing consultation on material selection based on different design intents and assisting building designers to achieve green building status, steel product research and development
He is actively involved in professional bodies such as Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM), Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM) and Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR) in conducting technical sharing. To uplift the standard of building materials in Malaysia, he is involved in the development of Malaysian Standards for coated steel and corrugated steel sheets such as MS 1196, MS 2383, and MS 2500.
Zaidi Semail
Encik Zaidi Semail is a seasoned professional in the field of lightweight steel solutions, with more than 20 years of solid experience covering the manufacturing of steel products, product development and design of roofing systems, technical consultation, project management and onsite
support of countless icons both locally and internationally. Some of his notable projects include KTM Station, University Malaysia Pahang, Toyota Plant, Stadium Jengka, Boonthavorn Furniture Shopping Mall Bangkok, Airports including MAS A380 hangar, Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport and many more.
Encik Zaidi’s vast exposure in the metal roofing industry has allowed him to understand various types of metal roof profiles, the performance criteria and possible customisation to meet different designs and technical requirements of different building types across various segments, including residential, commercial, public facilities and industrial.
Zaidi is also a frequent speaker to local professional bodies including Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM), Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM) and Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR), besides giving project consultation to private Design & Build Firm and developers in Malaysia.

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