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The presentation will cover the publication of C760 the update to the existing C580 document "Embedded retaining wall – guidance for economic design". Since its publication in 2003, C580 has become one of CIRIA's best-selling guidance documents finding a readership and application far beyond the UK.
Since 2003, the Eurocodes have been published and made mandatory for any publicly funded project. There have also been a number of changes in construction practice and legislation that have an effect on the design of embedded retaining walls. The need for an update was therefore clear, but how to go about updating such a highly respected and definitive document?
The presentation will give the background to the project, the results of an industry wide survey as well as a discussion on some of the key decisions that have to be made when designing embedded retaining walls in accordance with Eurocodes.
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Stuart is an Associate Director in the London geotechnics group of Ove Arup & Partners Ltd. After completing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and a PhD in geotechnical engineering at Imperial College, Stuart has worked on a number of challenging basement and foundation projects located mainly in the Middle East and London.
These have included the new Wembley Stadium, the Exhibition Road Building for the Victoria and Albert Museum and the redevelopment of the Shell Centre building in Waterloo. Stuart is UK representative of on the EC7 evolution group for the design of embedded retaining walls and currently leads the geotechnical design of the S1 and S2 D&B packages on HS2.