28 November 201913:30 - 17:30
47-58 Bastwick St, London
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Standard: £99 + VAT
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This half day event focusses on improving methods for constructing complex concrete structures. How can construction speed be increased while maintaining quality and safety standards?
Hear from industry experts about their experiences, challenges faced, and the implementation of innovative solutions. Our speakers will present case studies and research showing how these challenges were overcome:
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Freyssinet has been at the forefront of specialised civil engineering technology, consultancy and installation since 1950. A leading specialist in concrete repairs, bridge bearings, post-tensioning, expansion joints, jacking, cathodic protection and sprayed concrete.
The Small Practitioners conference will provide advice on how to overcome a variety of problems specific to sole and small practitioners. The popular one day conference is of great value to attendees and is sure to influence the way you manage your business afterwards.
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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.
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We are uniting structural engineers, architects and project stakeholders to explore the successes and challenges of constructing nine iconic structures across the world.
An introductory course for structural engineers looking to start designing to Eurocode 2. By the end of the course participants should be able to (i) design procedures for beams, slabs and columns; (ii) determine cover for a typical element and (iii) design elements for bending, deflection, shear and axial loads.
The Eurocodes are the most technical advanced codes in the world, and this includes Eurocode 2 for the design of concrete structures.
Blast resilience and resistance training