Construction works, in London particularly, are progressing on a scale not seen for many years for clients like Crossrail and London Underground, and for commercial property developments such as Bloomberg Place in the heart of the city.
A common factor in the majority of these projects is the advanced demolition, deconstruction or dismantling of existing structures to make way for the new works.
Join McGee’s Director, Paul Bland, and Head of Demolition, Nick Taylor, at The Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford Campus) on the 15th January 2015 at 6.00pm for an insight into this area of civil engineering. Drawing on examples from their extensive experience in London and the UK, Paul and Nick will discuss: the considerations needed when planning such work; design aspects of new structures that can assist in later deconstruction; modern techniques that improve safety and reduce risk; and the logistical challenges involved.
This talk is open to Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) members and other interested parties. Light refreshments will be available from 6.00pm. There is limited parking available at the University which is well served by public transport.
To help with planning for this event, please book online by clicking HERE. If you have not used MyICE before you will need to register – it is quick and straightforward to do. You do not need to be a member to book or register.
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