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The climate emergency is the greatest threat to our planet. Structural engineers have a responsibility to help mitigate its effects by changing the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, commissioned and constructed.
As structural engineers, being aware of the latest challenges that are at the forefront of developments and innovations within the built environment, is key.
The influence of the digital world is increasing its impact on those involved with the built environment, whilst our capability to exploit data to inform designs and push the boundaries of what is possible is at the heart of structural engineering.
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Structural engineers are vital to the development of resilient societies as they will consider and address the issues associated with structural resilience and structural adaptation.
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This blog from Mitigo covers the potential impact of AI from a cybercrime perspective, and provides some tips on how to mitigate the risk AI presents.
This report highlights the climate action progress made by the Institution in 2023.
Hear experts from leading City law firm Bevan Brittan discuss the new obligations and liabilities for built-environment professionals under the Building Safety Act secondary legislation, which has come into force in England and Wales on 1 October 2023.
The lecture covers robustness and disproportionate collapse in all building types, with a focus on existing buildings, as well as an introduction to the IStructE book's second edition.
In accordance with the Building Safety Act 2022 engineers working on Higher-Risk Buildings (HRB) will be required to demonstrate their competence to do so. The Institution of Structural Engineers and Institution of Civil Engineers are developing a joint registration process to enable members of both institutions to demonstrate their competence against a new structural engineering HRB standard
Essential titles from the Institution to assist built environment professionals in tackling the Climate Emergency.
The awards recognise outstanding structural engineering projects in the area. The deadline for entries is Friday 22 December 2023.