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Adaptable structures - what really is serviceability?

A debate focussing on the monitoring and flexible use of structures and the use of new technologies.

The Institution’s Structural Futures Committee, in conjunction with the IABSE British Group hosted this event based on the theme of the 2018 Henderson Colloquium: ‘Adaptable structures - what really is serviceability?’.

The panel includes:

  • David Knight, Director, Design & Engineering, Cake Industries
  • Ed Clark, Director, Arup & Chair, Structural Futures Committee
  • Neil Loudon, Group Manager – Structures, Highways England
  • William Algaard, Associate Director, Arup
  • Michal Drewniok, Research Assistant in Civil Engineering, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
  • Ian Firth, Consultant, COWI

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Format:
Video
Publisher:
IStructE

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Training Adaptability Structural Futures Committee

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