The purpose of the AGOTS is to support the Engineering Leadership Group (ELG), through the Design Practice Risk and Structural Safety Committee (DPC) with strategic guidance on issues relating to demountable structures that affect the Institution’s members and the wider built environment.
AGOTS contains the following members:
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As the summer event season gets under way in the UK, we present a CROSS safety report highlighting the need for robust inspections of temporary demountable structures.
This guidance note has been written to remind people of their legal responsibilities when procuring and using temporary demountable structures for events.
fibUK brings together experts to explore bringing design to reality, using case studies of modular bridge substructures and reinforced concrete structures.
Read award-winning papers and discover members recognised for their commitment to the Institution.
The Advisory Group on Temporary Structures (AGOTS) has put together brief guidance for landlords, local authorities and event organisers.
Temporary works can often be overlooked at the strategy stage of a project. However, introducing temporary works digitally from the very beginning of a project delivers many benefits, including the ability to help teams win tenders by providing more buildable solutions, argues Duncan Reed of Trimble.
This paper describes the design, fabrication and erection of the MultiPly timber pavilion, which was made from the first cross-laminated timber to be manufactured at volume in the UK.
Discover the benefits of early involvement of a Temporary Works consultant/specialist in building and civil engineering projects.
Industry experts discuss expectations on the procedural control of Temporary Works.