12 November 201917:30 Refreshments for 18:15 start
Richard De Clare Suite, Cardiff Marriott Hotel
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Alan's talk is titled 'Sustainable, relevant and necessary - the future role of structural engineering'.
"We have a duty of care to serve society," says Alan, "ever mindful of the world that we will leave behind for future generations to inhabit and develop".
The commentary, opinion and views Alan sets out in this presentation are relevant to all professionals involved with the built environment - past, present and future.
Alan Crossman FIStructE, IStructE Past President.
Alan is an independent civil and structural engineering design and construction consultant. His experience covers major works in the domestic, industrial, institutional, commercial, development and temporary works sectors of both design and construction. His involvement within contracting has included design & construct, management contracting and the more traditional forms.
Alan has gained a wide knowledge and understanding of prefabricated construction methods (off site) for precast concrete, structural steelwork and timber.
He was formerly Technical Director - Structural Engineering and EMEAI Knowledge Leader – Structures & Architecture with MWH and previously engaged in:
Refreshments (tea and coffee) will be served from 17.30 for an 18.15 start. A finger buffet will be served after the meeting.
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Name - Gary Mitchell, Secretary
Arup's designers will describe the Central Square project - a five-hectare city-centre development opposite Cardiff’s main rail station.
This course, over five consecutive Monday afternoons, is aimed at graduate and qualified engineers wishing to enhance their understanding and skill of design of concrete structures to BS EN 1992.