20th November 201910:00 - 17:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
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This course covers the design of concrete basements to Eurocode 2, including waterproofing strategies, site constraints, ground movements, methods of construction, structural design and calculating crack widths.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Jenny Burridge is Head of Structural Engineering at the Concrete Centre, part of The Mineral Products Association. She is a chartered civil and structural engineer with over 30 years’ experience in the Construction Industry. She currently leads a team of structural engineers who advise engineers, architects and contractors on the uses of concrete both technically and practically.
Graduate and junior structural engineers who are involved in the design of basements.
A basic understanding of the design of concrete is assumed.
Don't delay booking your place - courses will be cancelled one month prior if minimum numbers aren't reached.
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