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This event will showcase the latest good practices for assessing the risks from hidden defects, adopting emergent technologies which assist in the management of hidden defects and implementing structural repairs which can prevent the formation or mitigate against the impact of hidden defects.
The lecture will be based on (C764) Hidden defects in bridges – the new good practice guidance on detection management, published to provide the bridge engineering community with methods on how to identify, investigate and manage known hidden defects.
The lecture will:
18:00 Registration and welcome refreshments
18:30 Welcome from the Chair
18:35 (C764) Hidden defects in bridges - guidance on detection and management
Amrit Ghose, Waterman Group; Peter Sparkes AECOM and John Webb, AECOM
19:00 Risk assessments and real behaviour - does the defect matter?
Dr. Paul Jackson, Ramboll
19:15 The role of structural monitoring for management of bridges with hidden defects
Matthew Anderson, Global Technical Director, Strainstall Monitoring
19:30 Repair of structures and hidden defects within
Graham Stanford, Freyssinet
20:00 Close of lecture
This event is part of ICE’s Energy, Resilience & Climate Change campaign.
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