The Concrete Society is a UK based non-profit company that was founded in 1966 in response to the increasing need for a single organisation embracing all those interested in concrete.
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Note: There a limited spaces to attend in-person.
The purpose of this presentation is to widen the understanding of post-tensioned slab construction and show the benefits and opportunities it offers to developers, architects, engineers and contractors. The topics covered consider post-tensioned process from pre-construction, design, construction, quality control, sustainability and post-construction considerations.
Embodied carbon within building structures is an important element of structural design considerations and post-tensioned concrete can offer reductions in the quantity of materials used compared to more traditional forms of construction. The benefits of post-tensioned concrete are best realised with considering structures as post-tensioned early in the design process.
For those attending in-person refreshments will be served from 17:45. Online will open at 18:00
Interspan (Europe) Ltd
Gary is an experienced design engineer with involvement in large and complex building structures across the UK and Ireland. He is currently working as Technical Manager for specialist design and build post-tensioned concrete contractor, Interspan (Europe) Ltd. He is primarily involved in the pre-construction stage of projects working closely with developers, contractors and engineers promoting the use of post-tensioned concrete.
Interspan (Europe) Ltd
business development manager
Sam Cleobury has worked in the design and pre-construction of post-tensioned structures for 12 years. A multi-disciplinary engineer, he has worked on buildings, bridges, and silos, to provide and promote solutions for both new build and repair. Sam currently works as Business Development Manager for design and build post-tensioned concrete contractor, Interspan (Europe) Ltd.
A five session course delivered by industry experts to develop in-depth knowledge of health, safety, and welbeing in civil engineering within the UK.
This is an opportunity for Technicians to gather online to discuss ways in which we can help ourselves, each other and the ICE to provide ongoing learning and experience in the wide world of civil engineering.