Author: Walter Swann
31 March 2021
Penny Gowler and Will Arnold preview a new embodied carbon tool that has been developed by Elliott Wood and the Institution of Structural Engineers.
This 3 day e-conference looks at how to use steel in an effective and sustainable way to achieve maximum efficiency. With presentations sharing best practice in design, fabrication and reuse.
In the form of embodied carbon, steel is a significant contributor to the climate crisis. This guidance sets out how structural engineers can use their steel specifications to help move the industry towards net zero.