The art of persuasion and collaboration
Date & Time

6 November 2020
10:00 - 11:00 GMT

Price
Free
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The art of persuasion and collaboration

Webinar
Date & Time

6 November 2020
10:00 - 11:00 GMT

Price
Free

Availability Places available

The Structural Awards presents a panel discussion exploring how structural engineers can influence decision making.

​This panel discussion will discuss how critical communication and collaboration across the built environment is to the success of a project.

How can structural engineers be persuasive and influence decision making?

How can architects, engineers and key contractors work together to overcome challenges?
 

 

Intended for

Engineers of all levels, particularly those working on large cross disciplinary projects.
 

Structural Awards takeover

Join us throughout the day on Friday 6 November for a series of live webinars presented by the Structural Awards. Industry leaders and members of the judging panel will discuss and debate a broad range of topics including:

  • the art of persuasion and collaboration

  • engineering skills for humanitarian needs 

  • how the Structural Awards will evolve in response to the Climate Emergency

     

Live webinars - 6 November

14:00 - Engineering skills for humanitarian needs

The Structural Awards present a webinar exploring how engineers can marry engineering skills with humanitarian needs.

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16:00 - The Structural Awards: an insiders view

Gain an insight into the Structural Awards judging process and hear from the experts about the future of the industry.

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Contact

Email - [email protected]

Name - Events team

The Panel

Will Arnold

Will is a Senior Structural Engineer in Arup’s Building Engineering Team, and Senior Engineer and climate change specialist at the IStructE. During his time with Arup, he has been responsible for key aspects of ambitious architectural projects across the world. He has pursued structural solutions that marry engineering excellence with social value and sustainable development. In his role at the IStructE, he is involved with bringing climate emergency response into all aspects of the Institution’s work, as well as leading the publication of best-practice climate emergency guidance to help members meet the needs of our world.

Roma Agrawal

Roma is a structural engineer and author, who is currently working on her third book. From footbridges and sculptures, to train stations and skyscrapers, including The Shard, she has left an indelible mark on London’s landscape. She is a tireless promoter of engineering and technical careers to young people, particularly under-represented groups such as women. She has advised policymakers and governments on science education and has given talks to thousands around the world at universities, schools and organisations, including two for TEDx. Roma's first book, award-winning BUILT was published to rave reviews in 2018, and recently she produced a podcast called Building Stories.

Martin Knight

Martin is one of the leading UK architects specialising in the design of bridges and transport infrastructure and is a Fellow of RIBA and the Institution of Civil Engineers. He founded international bridge designers Knight Architects in 2006 and his practice has completed more than thirty bridges in the UK and internationally, including the award-winning Merchant Square Bridge in London, the iconic Lower Hatea River Crossing in New Zealand, and the 270m-long Ulm Kienlesbergbrücke in Germany.

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