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Lee has been involved in the development and design of FRP bridges for over 20 years for local authorities, Network Rail and Highways England, a number of which have won industry awards for innovation and design. He has been active in disseminating the benefits of FRP bridges in various industry guidance and technical publications.
James worked in industry on a wide variety of projects and has designed in a variety of materials including steel, concrete, timber, earth, straw and glass. In 2015 James moved full time into academia where he teaches structural design with a focus on low carbon solutions, and has been publishing in this area including Conceptual Design of Buildings (IStructE) and Designing Timber Structures (TRADA).
Wendel conducts research on low-carbon structures (timber-concrete composite floors, FRP bridges, prestressed stone members) that is of direct benefit to industry and feeds into design standards. He combines numerical analysis and large-scale laboratory tests with field monitoring. He is a consultant to multiple organisations, including Highways England and the World Bank.
Novel materials and methods to achieve net zero: part 1 of 6.
Novel materials and methods to achieve net zero: part 2 of 6.
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Novel materials and methods to achieve net zero: part 4 of 6.
Novel materials and methods to achieve net zero - part 6 of 6.
Novel materials and methods to achieve net zero: part 3 of 6.
Extending the safe service life of structures using sensors and the structural information from this data.
Discover the advantages and limitations of modular design and construction.
A series of two hour interactive online courses taking place over four weeks, supported by individual study in between.