|Event Date/Time: Oct 24, 2007||End Date/Time: Oct 24, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 10, 2007|
The civil and structural engineering community widely recognises that the introduction of the Eurocodes represents the biggest construction challenge since metrification. Implementation deadlines are fast approaching. With the concrete British Standard being withdrawn in March 2008 and less than 3 years until full-scale implementation, time is running out. Design engineers must act now if they are going to be prepared for the changeover.
Develop your strategies for a smooth transition
With new design calculations and software operations to perfect, the Eurocode changeover will be a massive upheaval for you and your business. New Civil Engineer’s Structural Eurocodes conference will provide you with vital information to enable you to formulate your implementation strategy. With uncertainty over the timescales, cost and design risks involved, gain clarification and best practice at what is fast becoming the industry Eurocodes event.
This crucial benchmarking experience will cover:
The Highways Agency’s programme for Eurocode adoption
Top tips for developing your implementation strategy
Practical advice on designing using the codes
How to access cross-industry guidance
Current software solutions: when they will be ready and what they are capable of
How to apply the new standards to both bridge and structure design