24th September 201910:00 - 17:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London
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Peter Cracknell is a Technical Director in Mott MacDonald’s Foundations and Geotechnics Department in Croydon. He has over 40 years’ experience of design and construction support, including deep box construction, with emphasis on buildability and holistic design.
Christina Mavrommati is a Principal Geotechnical Engineer at Mott MacDonald. She has over 17 years’ experience in the design of large scale civil engineering works in Greece and the UK, such as metro stations, embankments and cuttings, foundations and remedial stabilisation works for large scale landslides.
Neil Henderson began his career as a civil engineer building roads and bridges across the country. When he joined Laing O’Rourke in 1995, Neil moved into basement and concrete frame construction. During this period, he worked on a number of high profile projects, including the top-down construction for One Hyde Park. He is currently working on London’s Northern Line extension.
Civil or structural engineers (from contractors to consultants) with some understanding of the design process, or those who wish to develop their design knowledge and experience, in both the technical and practical aspects of deep basement design and construction.
Graduate civil and structural engineers, practising design and construction engineers, and other professionals interested in the design and construction of deep basements.
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Designing concrete basements to Eurocode 2, including waterproofing strategies, site constraints, ground movements, methods of construction, structural design and calculating crack widths.
Learn how to explain design using masonry to Eurocode 6 and design for vertical and lateral loads
Examining stadium engineering with a focus on collaborative working aimed at graduate engineers approaching chartership
Providing guidance on specific aspects of demolition and refurbishment, with a particular focus on existing constructions compared with new constructions.
Learn about the expectations of an expert witness report and how to apply a structured approach to preparation and writing.
A course helping graduate and structural engineers understand temporary works, how they are managed in construction and the importance of controlling costs and risks.
An introduction to the engineering of existing structures, using case studies relating to recent work on iconic historic buildings
Dedicated training for practising structural engineers who want to be able to design retaining walls or want to update their knowledge of a retaining wall design.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to (i) identify the legislation and codes of practice related to the design of TDS in the UK (ii) distinguish the key structural principles behind different types of TDS