Post installed anchors - Why, how and what? Birmingham

18 October, 2017 | 18:00 - 20:00

Venue address:

Arcadis – Cornerblock
2 Cornwall Street
Birmingham
B3 2DX
United Kingdom
Why are the anchors so important?
Why are the anchors so important?

About this event

Hilti, one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of fixings globally, will present the importance of post installed anchors.

Correct design and installation of post installed anchors is crucial. Gaining an understanding on what steps manufacturers are taking to overcome some of the challenges in the construction industry is important. It is also equally important to learn from failures that have occurred in the past.

By joining this event you will get a greater insight on what it takes to manufacture an anchor, the approval process as well as gaining a greater understanding on the importance of safe design and installation.

Contact

For more information, please contact:

Anastasios Karakolio
e: anastasios.karakolios@amey.co.uk

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Speaker

Khadije Bah

Khadije Bah has a Mechanical engineering with business management degree from Queen Mary University of London. She has worked with Hilti for over 4 years as a project engineer as well as a global engineer before recently taking over the role as one of the engineering managers at Hilti.

Her main exposures are to both building and bridge structures. She has worked with some of the largest global consultancies in the UK. Over the last year she has concentrated on the largest consultancies in Birmingham.

She has liaised with her clients on major projects such as Paradise Circus, King William Street in London, Hinckley and some of the smart motorway schemes.

She is passionate in the topic of anchors and is one of her goals to spread the knowledge on this topic.

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