Reuse and life extension of existing structures conference

Author: Joanna Bonnett, Steve Fernandez, Sulo Shanmuganathan

Date published

11 February 2022

Price
Free

Reuse and life extension of existing structures conference

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Joanna Bonnett, Steve Fernandez, Sulo Shanmuganathan

Date published

11 February 2022

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Joanna Bonnett, Steve Fernandez, Sulo Shanmuganathan

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Free

Highlights from the 2021 conference: providing engineers with practical tools and guidance for the maintenance and repurposing of existing structures.

Maintaining, upgrading and reusing existing structures for extended use is a more carbon efficient alternative to demolishing and building anew. It also offers potential for cost and time savings and societal benefits.  

Highlights from the 2021 conference are now available to view on-demand; case studies and practical guidance to help structural engineers: 

  • The business case for the resuse of buildings - Steve Fernandez, Director - Arup
  • Challenges in extending the life of bridges - Joanna Bonnett, Vice President - COWI
  • Redesign, repurpose, and revitalizing existing civil structures - Sulo Shanmuganathan, Chief Engineer - Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency

Challenges in extending the life of bridges Joanna Bonnett – Vice President, COWI

Redesign, repurpose, and revitalising existing civil structures Sulo Shanmuganathan – Chief Engineer, Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency

The business case for the reuse of buildings Steve Fernandez – Director, Arup

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