4th November 201914:00 - 18:00
47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
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This half day course focuses on the design and detailing of structural glass elements.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Chris O’Regan is a principal structural engineer at AECOM Ltd., London. As a graduate structural engineer he was trained at Dewhurst MacFarlane & Partners, where he first started designing structural glass elements. In 2012, he revised the Institution’s Structural use of glass in buildings, bringing it in line with current methods of design, construction and maintenance of glass structures.
Experienced structural engineers who are well-versed in the design of more traditional materials such as steel, concrete and timber using current codes of practice.
Practising structural engineers with at least one year’s postgraduate experience or members of the postgraduate studies academic community.
Structural use of glass in buildings 2nd ed.
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This course reviews the historic use of post-tensioning in buildings, examines types of systems, basic design principals, TR43 approach, best practice and detailing.
This two day course covers the design and analysis of steel bridges to Eurocodes with worked examples, including steel bridge detailing and fabrication.
This conference, designed and developed by young engineers, provides a platform for exploring critical issues. Technical presentations and a practical workshop will explore the use of glass and timber as alternatives to the more widely used concrete and steel, with a focus on how this can help with lowering the carbon footprint of a project.
This half day course, in Jersey, focusses on the design and detailing of structural glass elements.
Blast resilience and resistance training
Training practising engineers to undertake the full structural design of a building, including designing a robust building to avoid disproportionate collapse.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to (i) interpret lawyers’ jargon (ii) identify which legal issues are critical in a negotiation (iii) recognise how to use the contract during the progress of a project or delivery of a service
Learn how to explain design using masonry to Eurocode 6 and design for vertical and lateral loads
Learn about the many computational design tools and techniques available to improve workflow