16 October 201909:00 - 17:00
De Vere Horsley Estate, The Great Hall, East Horsley, KT24 6DT
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This course goes beyond basic design methods to the code and covers more advanced methods. It explores a wide coverage of subjects and is essential training for the more experienced engineer wishing to exploit the benefits of concrete in their structures.
Jenny Burridge MIStructE, Head of Structural Engineering, The Concrete Centre
Jenny leads the team of structural engineers at The Concrete Centre. She is a chartered civil and structural engineer with more than 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, having worked for Arup and AECOM designing award winning buildings in both the UK and mainland Europe. She is the UK representative on the CEN task group looking at revisions to the fire part of Eurocode 2 and chairs the BSI Advisory Committee for Engineering Design and Construction.
Refreshment and lunch will be provided.
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