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ICE Wales Cymru Technicians Network & Discussion Forum

Event organised by ICE

Date
04 April 2022
Time
19:00 - 20:00 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Online

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Overview

Let’s get together to create a network of EngTech or equivalent level colleagues across the ICE Wales Cymru region. The online forum is an opportunity to discuss, debate or listen to friends and associates, expanding shared knowledge, expertise and experience.

This will be a regular, informal, coming together to grow working friendships.

April’s presentations and discussion topics are:

  • EngTech Assessor training - Dylan Kelleher
  • Development after EngTech (continued)
  • Round the Table Discussion

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Speakers

Victoria Shattock

Victoria Shattock

Arup

senior structural technician

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Victoria Shattock

Victoria spent the early part of her career working for steelwork fabricator’s as a detailer before moving into engineering consultancy, joining Arup in 2013. She became a Technician member of ICE in 2014.

She has worked on a wide variety of building projects across the UK and recently spent eight months in Hong Kong working on large sports stadium development. In 2019 she studied a Post Graduate Certificate in BIM Management. Victoria is a member of EMSC elected 2021-2022.

Peter Burns

Peter Burns

Arup

senior designer

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Peter Burns

Peter is a senior designer working in the buildings group at Arup. He has been involved in design, master planning, information production for over 35 years, the early years having an architectural bias and now for over 25 years working in an engineering environment combining planning, architectural and structural disciplines.

He has have worked on a huge variety of projects including aircraft maintenance hangars, football stadia, retail complexes and building refurbishments.

For more information please contact:

Eleanor Kelman