26 September 201918:00 for 18:30 start
Holiday Inn, High Wycombe M40 Jct 4, HP11 1TL
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This presentation looks at the benefits of being a British company when exporting internationally, codes of practice, environmental effects and the clashes between these.
It then looks at the threats to Britain’s export business and finishes on a hopeful note with the speaker’s belief in our collective future. The talk will be useful to anyone looking to do more business outside of Europe.
Britain has long been at the forefront of civil and structural engineering around the world. Bridges built by Britain in the second world war can still be found in many countries and this little island continues to punch well above our weight in every field of engineering.
REIDsteel have done business in over 140 countries which has entailed working with many different codes and standards and working with every conceivable condition.
John Harrison CEng MIStructE AWeldl MEng
John is a Chartered Structural Engineer who has spent the last nine years of his career at REIDsteel designing steel structures around the world. Lead designer on over 100 buildings, much of his portfolio consists of hospitals and bridges for Africa or high wind areas. Now head of REIDsteels design team, John is focused on developing new talent and developing more robust procedures with the QHSE team in order to prepare the company for upcoming expansion.
Refreshments from 18:00.
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