7 January 202118:00 - 19:30
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This presentation will give a conservation engineer’s account of the structural behaviour of masonry bridges subject to serious scour, grappling with form and force in the damaged state from first principles, and the design of compatible repairs.
These principles will be demonstrated using case studies of recent masonry bridge rehabilitation projects in Cumbria.
David Wiggins (Curtins)
David is a CARE-accredited structural engineer, part of the conservation and heritage team at Curtins. He has a doctorate in the technical conservation of historic masonry.
David's work focuses on the structural repair and conservation of architectural and civil engineering heritage.
An online technical talk on the design and construction of the Water Street Bridge.
Professor Don McQuillan’s ASEC 2020 keynote address and an update on the Institution from Chief Executive, Martin Powell.
The East Anglia Regional Group Annual General Meeting followed by talks from the President, Don McQuillan and Deputy Chief Executive, Darren Byrne.
The Ontario Regional Group will be hosting its Annual General Meeting virtually.
The Western Counties Regional Group Annual General Meeting followed by an informative presentation into the digital solutions Atkins have adopted on the Hinkley Point C project.
Mike Mowen will give an online technical talk on timber frame racking design for low rise buildings.
You are invited to join the Annual General Meeting of the Australia Regional Group.
You are invited to join the Annual General Meeting of the Wales Regional Group.