16 March 202310:00 - 17:30 BST
47-58 Bastwick St, London, EC1V 3PS
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Member: £305 + VAT
(Early booking £275 + VAT)
Standard: £425 + VAT
(Early booking £385 + VAT)
available until one month prior
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Identify structural construction types and principles
Evaluate practical options for the demolition or refurbishment of major buildings
Identify specific structural hazards that may occur in demolition
Understand temporary structural support methods in demolition and refurbishmen
Gained more knowledge of CDM principles relating them to demolition and refurbishment works
Enhancing environmental and sustainable influences in your decision process
The course Is not a design course but presents engineering principles behind the “cut and carve” of structures, façade retentions, basement works, back propping, stability bracing and consideration of plant loadings on buildings. Whether a consultant, a contractor, a client or SHEQ professional if you have an interest in the demolition and structural refurb sector then this course is for you.
An interest or current role within the structural alteration / demolition of structures sector.
Robert Millard has 24 years construction industry experience both in the contracting and consultancy sectors across many sectors. Most recently the past 8 years have been spent leading an engineering team providing demolition / construction engineering support working across many London demolition, structural refurbishment and new build projects. As a chartered Engineer and Chair of the Temporary Works Forum Robert is a strong believer in knowledge sharing for the betterment of our industry.
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