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Heyne Tillett Steel: steel reuse (project spotlight: Holbein Gardens)

Event organised by ICE

Date
01 May 2024
Time
12:30 - 13:30 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Online

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Overview

ICE ECN London, together with IStructE NII YMG and Heyne Tillett Steel, invite you to a lunchtime presentation where HTS Steel Reuse expert William Wallace will present HTS’s award-winning approach to steel reuse. 

Recently honoured by the IStructE for advancing industry knowledge, HTS's engineers were recognised for their work on Holbein Gardens. This project, a refurbishment and extension of a 1980s office building with sustainability at its core, retained 93% of the existing fabric. The new two-story extension is a hybrid of engineered timber and reused steel, incorporating 11 tonnes of existing steelwork found onsite as well as steel from demolition sites across the client’s portfolio. William Wallace will delve into his team’s strategies for steel reuse and sustainability, sharing practical lessons learned from this and other projects. 

Join this virtual presentation to gain valuable insights and knowledge applicable to your daily engineering tasks. Click the book now button below to secure your place.

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Speaker

William Wallace

William Wallace

Heyne Tillett Steel

senior structural engineer

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William Wallace

William is a senior structural engineer at Heyne Tillett Steel.

Having worked at the practice since graduating university, William has worked on a wide variety of projects, including Holbein Gardens with Barr Gazetas and Eccleston Place with Buckley Gray Yeoman, which have helped him to become a chartered structural engineer.

He has a passion for refurbishing and extending existing buildings and has overseen a number of commercial and residential projects in complex central London sites.

William has a love of robust, elegant, sustainable design, which matches form and function.