19 May 2021
EEFIT Field Report: Aegean 30 October 2020
This report covers:
This course provides guidance on specific aspects of demolition and refurbishment from an engineering perspective whilst addressing safety, environmental and sustainability influences.
This one-day, online advanced practical workshop will teach complex timber engineering through worked examples. It encourages problem-solving through teaching tools and group discussion.
This course equips practising engineers to undertake the full structural design of a building, including designing a robust building to avoid disproportionate collapse. The course covers designing buildings of Class 1 – 2B and alterations/change of use of existing buildings.
This two-day, online course introduces seismic design of civil engineering structures. It builds on the basics of structural dynamics and engineering seismology. The course focusses on seismic loading and design codes, conceptual seismic design principles and analysis for seismic loading, and design and detailing of structural members.
This advanced one-day, online course delivers key advice using worked examples on the seismic design of structures to Eurocode 8, as well as the application of the Eurocode. Emphasis is placed on reinforced concrete buildings although the concepts are widely applicable.
This one-day, online course delivers key advice and guidance on the seismic design of structures to Eurocode 8, as well as the application of the Eurocode. Emphasis is placed on reinforced concrete buildings although the concepts are widely applicable.
This highly practical, half-day, online workshop teaches the skills SME practice owners and directors need in order to plan the medium and long term growth of their SMEs.
The fifteenth international conference on concrete engineering and technology - virtual event from 5 to 8 December 2022.
The East Midlands Regional Group AGM followed by a presentation about assessing and improving the safety and disaster resilience of buildings in Iraq and Syria and building the skills of Ugandan Engineers.
On April 25 2022 the Institution’s Humanitarian and International Development (HID) Panel hosted “Journey to Success” in collaboration with IABSE (British Group): a panel discussion and mentoring event for early-years professionals interested in working in the development sector.
In this personal perspective, Tom Newby argues that high-income countries have a moral responsibility to decarbonise faster, and urges structural engineers to advocate for changes in the way infrastructure is designed and built in order to work towards this goal.
A poster from a project funded by the Institution’s 2020/21 Undergraduate Research Grants.
Hear how Holmes Consulting used high end analysis to minimise the strengthening work required for the Christchurch Town Hall superstructure.
This lecture focused on how to effectively model complex structures.