12 October 202212:30 - 17:30 BST
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Three years have passed since the launch of the Declaration we all signed. In that time the evidence of global warming and its consequences have only intensified, and we must all ask ourselves if we are doing enough.
Some firms have taken bold steps to publicly declare their own targets and commitments. The Institution has continued to provide guidance for change in our practice and reviewed its professional membership and project awards requirements.
It is time that we came back together to discuss these changes, compare notes on what is blocking further progress and discuss what levels of personal and collective ambition we want to target for the coming year.
Discuss the current situation for engineering firms and analyse the wider picture
Understand which factors are blocking further progress and how to overcome them
Debate and agree upon realistic goals that can be achieved for the upcoming year
This year’s Structural Engineers Declare Summit will be a hybrid event, with in-person attendance at IStructE HQ for one delegate of each declared firm. These in-person tickets will be available on the website shortly.
Online attendance will also be possible for others in the firms who wish to join in, or for those around the world who would like to hear more about the UK structural engineering community.
A full programme and speaker list will be announced shortly.
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This half-day webinar will address the topic of climate crisis and feature prominent structural engineers from Hong Kong and around the world speaking about the action that structural engineers must take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Join this e-conference to hear from leading engineers working to tackle the climate and biodiversity emergency.
This sponsored in-person briefing by Trimble will offer practical guidance in answer to today's need to working more collaboratively and sustainably in engineering and constructions projects.
This sponsored seminar by Mapei will focus on the principles and practices of Structural Below Ground Waterproofing, and it will cover many aspects of waterproofing, including best practices for good QA and monitoring of workmanship on site.
This 3 day e-conference looks at how to use steel in an effective and sustainable way to achieve maximum efficiency. With presentations sharing best practice in design, fabrication and reuse.
This webinar by BuildSoft will explain how to economize steel frame structure by using the real connection stiffness of joints and integrating semi-rigid connections in the global structure.
This one-day, online course examines changes between BS 5950 and Eurocode 3. The emphasis is on buildings and the provision of general rules for buildings of EN 1993-1-1 and design of joints to EN 1993-1-8.
This one-day online course introduces timber as an engineering material, with a focus on its use in historic structures. It covers non-destructive techniques for condition assessment and strategies for the reuse of heritage structures.
The 2022 Annual academics conference is a dedicated opportunity for presentations and discussion and action planning amongst the built environment academic community.