3 October 201918:00 - 19:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London
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One Blackfriars is an iconic landmark mixed-use development situated on the south side of Blackfriars Bridge overlooking the River Thames.
The centrepiece of the development is a stunning 170m tower, a geometric masterpiece which creates an elegant silhouette on London’s skyline.
The 50-storey tower accommodates 274 homes, a private viewing lounge and a multi-level penthouse crowned within the glass rooftop structure.
The scheme also features a boutique hotel, retail and gym in the adjoining buildings. The entire development is built over a three storey basement structure housing swimming pool and spa, private cinema, wine storage and car parking facilities.
Aret Garip BEng (Build. Eng.), MIEAust. Technical Director, WSP
Aret brings 20 years of structural engineering experience to his projects. He has worked on a range of projects in the UK and Australia ranging from medium sized mixed use developments to large residential and commercial buildings. He is currently involved in the design of numerous prominent high rise buildings ranging from 30 to 75 storeys across London’s skyline.
George Parker MEng (Hons). Structural Engineer, WSP
George Parker is a structural engineer who joined WSP as a graduate from the University of Southampton in 2015. Since joining WSP, George has been actively involved in the design of high end residential towers in London, such as One Blackfriars and Landmark Pinnacle.
17:30-18:00 - Tea and Coffee Reception
18:00-18:20 - North Thames Regional Group's AGM
18:20-19:20 - Technical Talk on One Blackfriars
19:20-19:30 - Q&A
Places are limited and this event has a awaiting list, please cancel the ticket if no longer required
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This presentation will look at the construction of a 10.5m span footbridge using wire and arc additive manufacturing (WAAM).