If you have a passion for a particular topic Study Groups are a great opportunity to learn more, network with others who share your interest and contribute to your Initial and Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Our Bridges Study Group exchanges ideas and develops knowledge of the management and maintenance of bridges.
Our Façade Engineering and Structural Use of Glass Study Group brings together consulting engineers, architects, contractors, manufacturers and researchers.
Our Fire Engineering Study Group exchanges ideas and develops knowledge of both prescribed and performance based fire engineering.
Also known as The History Study Group, members learn from history to solve today’s problems. They also improve their understanding of old construction methods and materials.
The Management of Structures Study Group discusses how structural engineers can actively manage structures once they are in use.
Our Nuclear Study Group discusses structural engineering within the nuclear sector.
Our Stadia and Other Crowd Excited Structures Study Group discusses all aspects of major venue design - including conception to analysis and optimisation of all the structural elements, plus fabrication, delivery and construction issues.
Reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) is a form of lightweight concrete sometimes referred to as panels. It was used primarily in roof planks of some public buildings built between the mid-1960s and mid-1990s.