The Committee considers how structural engineering's approach, skills and knowledge base will need to change in response to an evolving industry. This is achieved by working closely with the Engineering Leadership Group to determine strategic priorities: how, where and when to supply members with related resources, training and events. Topics include:
The Committee also provides direction and oversight to the Digital Workflows and Computational Design Panel.
The constitution of the Committee aims to reflect the diversity of the Institutions membership and to provide different perspectives.
We invite expressions of interest in Committee membership each September, contacting all members except Student Members.
Members of the Committee are expected to fully participate in supporting and driving the Committee's activities forward.
There are many ways that you can contribute to the activities of the group, and you will be expected to do some work outside the meetings, for example drafting or reviewing guidance and keeping up to date on the latest developments around the topics the Committee is involved with.
The Committee meet four times a year. A maximum of one meeting will be in person at Institution HQ, whilst all other meetings are held online. Online access to meetings is always available.
Contact the committee if you have questions about their work.
Explore our range of online training, recorded lectures and up and coming events.
Alastair Low-Macrae argues that blockchain technology may hold the key to some of the issues around trust and transparency that the industry is currently grappling with, particularly in the context of BIM.
The poster of the 2021 Coolest Concrete Award winner, Robin Oval, Postdoctoral Research Associate at University of Cambridge.
The poster of the 2020 Coolest Concrete Award runner up, Will Hawkins.
A technical debate around practical approaches towards implementing the circular economy within structural engineering and the construction industry.
Arthur Coates calls on structural engineers to push for the adoption of post-monitoring sensors to provide better data on building performance and, ultimately, more accurate loading predictions.
What we can learn from the COVID-19 pandemic? Kate Leighton gives an opinion from a UK perspective.
Richard Lankshear MIStructE discusses the Stirling Prize winning Goldsmith Street and how evolving home design will require the specialist skills of the structural engineer.
Stuart Matthews considers the potential benefits – and difficulties – of developing performance- or outcomes-based codes of practice and standards.
This one-day, online course offers an introduction to timber design to Eurocode 5.
This two-day, online course shows engineers how to arrive at a qualitative solution to both create a structure and check computer results.
Join industry leaders and explore the factors driving change in structural engineering: society and technology; process and materials; regulatory and legislative. This e-conference will help you keep your business creative, profitable, and sustainable in a rapidly changing world.
A breakfast briefing, sponsored by Getzner, on elastic building isolation and how it can be used to achieve both dynamic optimisation and structural integrity.
The fifteenth international conference on concrete engineering and technology - virtual event from 5 to 8 December 2022.
The Featured Articles for Volume 43 and Volume 44 explore the use of reclaimed concrete blocks and early warning of fire-induced failure in steel beams, respectively.
This research-based article discusses the design of a steel transfer truss resistant to progressive collapse as part of the Viadux II project in Manchester, UK.
As the Featured Article from Volume 42 of Structures , Associate Editor, Lei Wang, has chosen an article investigating the differing design approaches to shear enhancement of reinforced concrete beams in Eurocode 2 and the superseded British Standard BS 8110.