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CAREing at Llwyn Celyn
An introduction to the Conservation Accreditation Register for Engineers, (CARE), operated jointly by ICE & IStructE. Conservation principles will be illustrated through a case study of Llwyn Celyn, Abergavenny, winner of the RICS Cymru Building Conservation Award and Project of the Year 2019.
Refreshments will be provided at 5.30 and the talk will start at 6.00pm.
Director, Mann Williams
Jon works across the UK and beyond, predominantly within the building refurbishment and conservation sector, and has secured national awards from RIBA, RICS and IStructE as part of successful project teams. He has worked on a wide range of projects including many Grade 1 properties, Scheduled Monuments, and Landscape projects for clients including Historic England, National Trust, Cadw, DfC-HED, Landmark Trust, local authorities, Building Preservation Trusts & private clients.,/p>
In 2004 Jon was one of the first UK engineers to achieve Accreditation under the Institution of Civil and Structural Engineers scheme (‘CARE’) which recognises competence and experience in the field of Building Conservation. He was Chair of the CARE Panel from 2011 to 2017 and sits on the RICS Conservation forum boards and the Edinburgh Group.
Tom has worked on a wide range of projects, from contemporary new-builds to historic structures including Grade A, (NI), I & II* listed properties and Scheduled Monuments, winning RICS, IStructE and RSAW awards.
Particular interests include the integration of contemporary architecture within historic fabric and innovation in conservation engineering techniques.
Tom is a visiting lecturer and tutor at the Welsh School of Architecture, delivering the department’s core structural engineering content to years 1, 2 & 3 undergraduates in a series of lectures entitled “Structures for Architects”. He also lectures on Conservation Engineering to the MSc in Sustainable Building Conservation.
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