18th September 201909:30-17:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London
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Students: £65 + VAT
Members: £145 + VAT
Standard: £225 + VAT
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Now in its third year, this popular conference is designed to update, support and educate sole practitioners and those working in small practices.
Expert speakers will share practical advice on a range of essential topics to help small structural engineering practices thrive.
Sponsored by Synergy
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Synergy software is designed and built by Total Synergy to help architects, engineers and construction designers — built environment design professionals and businesses — find more time for design.
This conference, designed and developed by young engineers, provides a platform for exploring critical issues. Technical presentations and a practical workshop will explore the use of glass and timber as alternatives to the more widely used concrete and steel, with a focus on how this can help with lowering the carbon footprint of a project.
Sean will describe what he has learned along the way, growing from one to a team of sixteen.
It will give an insight into business basics, from setting yourself targets through to what it takes to grow a successful practice and develop an effective team.
The presentation follows the Regional Group's Annual General Meeting.
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Learn about the many computational design tools and techniques available to improve workflow
Practical guidance on key aspects of preliminary scheme development and detailed scheme design in structural steelwork
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