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Presenting exemplary recent work on Brunel’s 1849 Swivel Bridge, located between the Cumberland Basin and the River Avon.
Publish Date - 6 September 2019
Author – N/A
Location – Create Centre, Bristol
Price – £37.50
This talk will demonstrate how innovative surveying and sensing techniques can improve our understanding of the current damage state of building, and allow tracking its response during tunnelling with unprecedented detail.
Publish Date - 24 September 2019
Location – The Institution of Structural Engineers
Price – 0
This talk will give insight into the incredible structural robustness of a chapel that dates back to 1797.
Publish Date - 15 October 2019
This talk will give unique insight into how Rochester Bridge was engineered and maintained during the Anglo-Saxon, Norman and early Medieval periods.
Publish Date - 10 December 2019