12 October 202110:00 - 11:00 BST
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Using case studies, the presenters will provide an overview of the WELL building standards and discuss what structural engineers can do to enable a building or structure that supports health and wellbeing.
What does it mean to design a building or structure with health and wellbeing in mind?
What can structural engineers do to support the process?
How to collaborate more easily with clients and architects in a design process
Presenters will also use case studies to illustrate how healthy materials, biophilia, acoustics and exposed structure can support the health and well-being of the end users.
Graduate structural engineers, design engineers and small practitioners.
Anna Barlow (Arup)
Sanja Buncic (Entuitive)
Simon Corbey (ASBP)
Nina McCallion (Arup)
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A unique opportunity to discuss the latest developments in intelligent and autonomous construction materials.
Observations and implications of tsunami impacts on structures in the coastal zone
Evaluating the resilience of the built environment to earthquakes and secondary effects
Training from EEFIT, LfE-UK and IStructE to assist in becoming a future team leader of earthquake reconnaissance missions.
The IStructE Queensland Committee invites you to join us as we hear Cristian Maluk give a presentation on fire literacy in structural engineering.
An online technical meeting on safety matters - CROSS update.
A presentation on a case study of how a partial collapse of a bulding was saved from becoming a disaster.#
Share your knowledge of modern uses of timber.
Novel materials and methods to achieve net zero - part 6 of 6.