Engineering inside a main contractor – examples of temporary works and constructability for projects
Date & Time

17 October 2019
18:00 for 18:30 start

Location

Brunel University, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH
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Price

Free

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Engineering inside a main contractor – examples of temporary works and constructability for projects

Date & Time

17 October 2019
18:00 for 18:30 start

Location

Brunel University, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH
View on Google Maps

Price

Free

Availability Places available

We have all seen the guidance notes on temporary works in the Structural Engineer magazine. But what does a temporary works engineer actually do?

Craig Dolby will go through his involvement in two projects, one a 32 storey new build tower block and another an 18 storey 'cut and carve' refurbishment on a tight London site. 

Using these examples, Craig will explain why temporary works engineering is much more than just props and formwork.

Speaker

Craig Dolby MIStructE, Wates Construction

Craig is a Chartered Structural Engineer with 22 years’ experience in structural engineering and temporary works, and including work in United Kingdom, Australia and the United States.

Additional Attendee Information

To attend please register online.

Refreshments from 18:00.

Entry by car is via Kingston Lane only, if using satnav enter road address (Kingston Lane) instead of the postcode. On arrival you will need to report to the reception at the Eastern Gateway Building.  Parking is free in the Pay-and-display car parks after 16:30.

 

Contact

Email - [email protected]

Name - Daljit Matharu

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