The importance of specialist Temporary Works design consultation
Date & Time

30 September 2020
12:30 - 13:45 BST

Price
Standard: £70 + VAT
Members: £45.50 + VAT
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The importance of specialist Temporary Works design consultation

Date & Time

30 September 2020
12:30 - 13:45 BST

Price
Standard: £70 + VAT
Members: £45.50 + VAT

Availability Places available

Discover the benefits of early involvement of a Temporary Works consultant/specialist in building and civil engineering projects.

The webinar will outline the importance of early consultant or specialist involvement in Temporary Works. Case studies will examine the impact of the construction process on design outcomes. Presenters will review the RIBA Work Stages in the context of temporary works designs and explore early cost plan and time allowances. Hear about the Party Wall approval process and some key underpinning hints and tips.
 

Learning outcomes:

  • The importance and benefits of early consultant/specialist involvement

  • Why standard contract arrangements aren’t always sufficient

  • Understanding of early cost plan allowances and time allowances

  • Party Wall underpinning hints and tips

 Intended for

  • Design Consultants involved in projects that require temporary works

  • Design Consultants involved in projects at the conceptual design stages

  • Design Consultants involved in party wall interfaces

  • Developers looking to accelerate the party wall approval process and the tender process

Speakers

David Thomas

Director, Temporary Works Forum. David is a Director and Secretary at TWf UK. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer, a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner and the Director of Heightsayfe Ltd. Previously he has been the HM Principal Specialist Inspector of Health and Safety (Construction) at HSE.

Tony Gould

Technical Director, VP GroundForce plc. Tony has been instrumental in the design and development of proprietary hydraulic earthwork support equipment for over 35 years. He sits on national committees and advisory panels relating to below ground temporary works and is a former chair of the CPA Shoring Technology Interest group.

Roy Lyle MIStructE

Associate Director, Contractors Design Services. Roy has 20 years’ experience working for permanent works design consultancies and now at a design consultancy specialising in temporary works. His specialities include working on “cut and carve” refurbishment projects and developing construction methodologies to suit programme constraints.

Simon Smith FIStructE

Managing Director, Contractors Design Services. Simon has 40 years’ construction experience, mostly spent in the management and design of temporary works and geotechnics on a variety of projects. Working mainly with contracting organisations, ‘value engineering’ or ‘constructioneering’ has become ingrained into his thinking.

Contact

Email - [email protected]

Name - Events team

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