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Gareth has been involved in the design, assessment and construction of maritime structures for over 30 years. He is on the British Standards working group for BS6349 and is chairing the working group for design code for floating structures.
William has worked in the maritime design groups for Arup and Scott Wilson. He has 10 years’ experience in the design and assessment of maritime structures and serves on a global working group for PIANC. He is currently undertaking a part time PhD with Southampton University in the assessment of maritime structures.
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