Battersea Power Station - online
Date & Time

28 February 2024
13:00 - 14:00 GMT

Price

Free

Battersea Power Station - online
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Battersea Power Station - online

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Date & Time

28 February 2024
13:00 - 14:00 GMT

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Free

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An online lunch-time talk on the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station.

The Battersea Masterplan is a £9bn project to revitalise 42 acres of former brownfield site in South-West London. The redevelopment of the iconic Grade II* listed Power Station, known as Phase 2 is the centrepiece of the Masterplan, with construction taking place between 2014 and 2022.

The online presentation is provided by two of the project structural engineers who were part of the design team and on-site during construction, providing an overview of the redevelopment, as well as some of the challenges faced during the design and construction of the project.

Speakers

Matt Duckett, Buro Happold, Associate Structural Engineer
Matt is a chartered Associate Structural Engineer with nine years of experience based in the Buro Happold London office. He is the Buro Happold London timber knowledge lead. He has worked on the design of several notable projects throughout his career including an office HQ for ESET, which featured a challenging doubly curved glulam room, the V&A East and Battersea Power Station.

Azat Tatygulov, Buro Happold, Associate Structural Engineer
Azat is a chartered Associate Structural Engineer with 10 years of experience based in the Buro Happold London office, three of which he spent on the construction site at Battersea Power Station. While his present focus is the design of tall buildings, through his career he has worked on several high-profile projects in the Middle East and his native Kazakhstan, including the flagship station for the KAFD Metro development and HQ for the National Bank of Kazakhstan.

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