The Group organises an annual conference in collaboration with the Fire Safety Engineering Group (FSEG).
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This one-day, online, practical course introduces timber connections in detail and several other advanced topics in timber design to Eurocode 5.
This one-day, online advanced practical workshop will teach complex timber engineering through worked examples. It encourages problem-solving through teaching tools and group discussion.
This one-day, online course offers an introduction to timber design to Eurocode 5.
This course is designed to provide structural engineers with a greater understanding of fire safety, key legislation, and the principles of risk analysis in order to ensure that adequate structural performance in fire is achieved. Participants will examine case studies of structural and non-structural failures as a result of fire.
A two-volume package comprising 'Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings (2nd edition)' and 'Manual for the systematic risk assessment of high-risk structures against disproportionate collapse'.
In the wake of a serious fire in a car park at Luton Airport, Mark Pundsack discusses some of the key fire safety considerations in car park design.
This month we present a report concerning multistorey cross-laminated timber buildings and their risk of collapse during a fire.