12 October 202018:00 - 20:00
47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS, United Kingdom
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47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS, United Kingdom View on Google Maps
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By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Graduate and intermediate engineers who might not be familiar with the party wall process.
Simon is a Chartered Structural and Civil Engineer and a Chartered Building Surveyor. He is Principal of Pole Structural Engineers in London, which recently marked 25 years of business. His office specialises in the design of high-end London building projects, primarily in the residential and refurbishment sector, including numerous basements.
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This course covers aspects of the geotechnical and structural design of spread and piled foundations, tailored for engineers working in small practices.
This course enables engineers to read, evaluate and negotiate confidently the commercial or legal terms of proposed contracts with clients.
This half day course explains The Construction Act and the rights and duties it confers on engineers, employers and clients.
This course improves expert witness performance in the courtroom. An experienced lawyer will provide constructive feedback on participants’ witness-box presentation.
This course introduces what lawyers and the courts expect and require from an expert witness report.
This half day course assists engineers working in the domestic sector for householders or small business people.
This course covers the practical issues arising from commercial contracts.
This course introduces construction health and safety (H&S) law in context, how to prepare practice policies, and CDM2015.
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