The climate emergency is forcing all professions across the built environment to consider how to lower the embodied carbon of the structures they design and build.
The 2022 Using concrete in a changing environment inaugural e-conference was dedicated to helping structural engineers understand how to assess, strengthen and reuse existing concrete structures to extend their life and reduce the impact the built environment profession has on the environment.
Featuring presentations from the e-conference, the second webinar in this series focuses on reuse, assessment and strengthening.
Understand the challenges implied in the assessment and strengthening of existing concrete structures and recent developments in standards
Discover ways to assess and refurbish reinforced concrete frames
Hear about concrete recovery for reuse
Technical Director, WSP
Jon has over 20 years’ experience of developing standards in the field of assessment and strengthening of concrete structures, and he is the chair of the BSI committee for structural assessment and retrofitting. He is active in the evolution of Eurocodes and has contributed to the CEN Project Teams for concrete structures and assessment of existing structures, drafting content for prospective updates to EN1992 and EN1990.
Associate, Civic Engineers
Dan is a Chartered Structural Engineer with nearly 10 years’ experience in the design and overall delivery of projects. Working as an Associate Structural Engineer at Civic Engineers in Manchester, he acted as Lead Structural Engineer on the refurbishment and repair of Sheffield’s Park Hill Estate, Phases 2 & 3.
Associate Director, Arup
Andy has worked across infrastructure and buildings sectors, and he is increasingly involved at the extremes of each field with novel and/or complex concrete structure. Andy is a member of BSI committee B525/2 and has supported the IStructE publication of industry guides including the Standard Method of Detailing Structural Concrete.