Modern uses of steel series: collaborative approaches to the design of steelwork connections

Author: Various

Date published

3 August 2023

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Modern uses of steel series: collaborative approaches to the design of steelwork connections

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Author

Various

Date published

3 August 2023

Author

Various

Price

Members: £45 + VAT 

Standard: £70 + VAT 

Watch key presentations from the 2022 Modern uses of steel e-conference, focusing on collaborative approaches to the design of steelwork connections.

The climate emergency means professionals across the built environment need to consider how to design in an effective and sustainable way.  

The 2022 Modern uses of steel e-conference saw industry leaders use case studies to showcase how experienced structural engineers can produce sustainable designs that can be fabricated, executed, refurbished, and demounted.  

Featuring recordings from the e-conference, the second webinar in the series focuses on collaborative approaches to the design of steelwork connections. 

Reasons to watch 

  • Learn how collaboration can result in better economy and reduced carbon 

  • Discover the key components likely to affect the success of collaboration, and strategies to overcome common pitfalls 

Intended for 

  • Experienced designers and structural engineers wishing to deliver more sustainable projects 

  • ​Steel fabricators 

  • Built and demolition contractors 

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