1st October 201914:00 - 18:00
47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
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This half day course covers the methods by which the lateral stability of a building structure is achieved.
By the end of the 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.
Graduate structural engineers who are expected to develop their understanding of the stability of complex, real world building structures.
Attendees must be practising structural engineers who are familiar with building structures and have a minimum of one year's experience.
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