A conversation about my best decisions and my worst

Author: Tim Hetherington MIStructE

Date published

27 July 2018

Price
Free
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A conversation about my best decisions and my worst

Date published

27 July 2018

Author

Tim Hetherington MIStructE

Price

Free

Author

Tim Hetherington MIStructE

Tim Hetherington gives an honest assessment of the mistakes he made on the road to building a successful structural engineering practice.

Advice on building a structural engineering practice

In this invaluable wide ranging talk, Tim discusses crucial success factors when building an engineering business, including:

  • Business models
  • Time and cost controls
  • Generating new work
  • Overheads
  • Employing the right people
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Insurance
  • Software

 

Speaker

Tim has over 25 years of public and private sector experience in the construction industry on projects of up to £65M.

This includes time on site and in the design office, and encompasses a wide range of disciplines within structures and civil. He established Applied Engineering Design Limited in 2008.

This video is from our 2018 Small Practitioners Conference. The Conference was sponsored by Synergy.

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:32:06
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Small practice Start up Case Study Video Small Practitioners Panel

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