Steel for Life to host practical guidance seminar
Steel for Life will host a Steel Essentials free half-day seminar in Westminster on 20th November, presenting practical guidance on key aspects from preliminary scheme development to optimising in-service performance for designers considering the use of structural steelwork.
The seminar is aimed primarily at engineers, but has been structured to concentrate on good practice in steel construction rather than focus on design calculations.
It will provide helpful guidance relevant to other disciplines such as quantity surveyors, main contractors and architectural technicians engaged in the delivery of steel-framed structures.
For those attending the seminar, familiarity with steel construction would be helpful but not essential as none of the topics covered will assume prior knowledge.
The seminars topics will include steel construction options, efficient steel design, design performance, steel specification, budget costing and a review of the free resources available from Steel for Life and the wider steel construction sector.
Steel for Life was launched in 2016 and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the British Constructional Steelwork Association. Its key purpose is to communicate and disseminate the advantages that steel offers to the construction sector which make it the material of choice for a wide range of buildings, bridges and other structures.
To book a place at the seminar contact Christina Gulvanessian, email: Christina.email@example.com
or Tel: 0207 747 8139