Working platform design for tracked plant
Date & Time

5 March 2020
18:30

Location

Holiday Inn Chester - South, Wrexham Road, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9DL
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Price

Free

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Working platform design for tracked plant

Lecture
Date & Time

5 March 2020
18:30

Location

Holiday Inn Chester - South, Wrexham Road, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9DL
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Price

Free

Availability Places available

This presentation will discuss how working platforms are critical to rig stability and construction site safety, and why their economical design is key to ensuring the sustainability of the piling industry.

Most engineers design traditional working platforms in accordance with BRE 470, which is considered to be over-conservative by many.

A discussion on this and on the design, installation and validation of working platforms will be included.

Speaker

David Faux is a Chartered Civil Engineer with fifteen year’s industry experience in both the consulting and contracting sectors. He currently works for PJS Geotechnical Engineers Limited and specialises in the geotechnical and geo-environmental fields.

David has an MSc in Geotechnical Engineering and, as part of his final year’s dissertation, conducted research on alternative methods of working platform design and construction.

Additional Attendee Information

Please register your interest with James Drew [email protected]

 

Contact

Email - [email protected]

Name - James Drew

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