RIBA, the Royal Institute of British Architects, has granted Butech, the firm that specialises in building systems, with the RIBA CPD certification, which duly confirms the suitability of the training provided by the firm, and this coincides with the renewed collaboration between Grupo PORCELANOSA and RIBA.
For both the PORCELANOSA Group and Butech, this development consolidates their presence in the UK, along with their position as the number one in the architecture sector. Specifically, this certification means a quality guarantee in training and learning how to use the facade building systems by Butech, which certifies that the training provided by the company complies with the high standards in both quality and safety which the professionals in architecture and construction all count on so much.
Therefore, this news has unquestionable significance for the firm since RIBA is the main architect organisation in the UK, along with being one the most internationally respected institutions, too.
RIBA counts on more than 44,000 architects, as well as being known for giving out prestigious awards such as the RIBA gold medal or the Stirling award. Whereas the former is for the recognition of an architect’s career, the latter is geared towards what is considered as being the best building of the year. This must be built in the UK or done by a British architect.
Previously, RIBA had already approved a KRION® Solid Surface compact mineral seminar and a professional development program by Noken, the specialised firm in bathroom equipment, along with other programs by the firms, Porcelanosa and Urbatek.