The 2017 edition of our popular Steel Structures Seminar is a must-attend event for practising structural engineers, builders, council building consent personnel, engineering students and academics.
The three afternoon Seminars will take place in May at the following venues:
Designed to empower you to improve quality and reduce risk in steel construction, the seminars will give you the opportunity to hear directly from steel industry leaders, network with industry peers, and learn about how the Steel Fabricator Certification Scheme can help reduce risk in your projects.
- Understand how to improve quality and reduce risk in steel construction
- Find out how steel product conformity is assessed
- Gain best-practice insights into designing and specifying bolted connections
- Keep abreast of the latest research into stability design of gusset plates for seismic frames.
The half-day seminar will begin with a focus on the new Steel Fabrication and Erection Standard – AS/NZS 5131:2016. Attendees will learn how to apply a risk-based approach to achieve a fit-for-purpose specification for steel structures.
The event will also explore how steel product conformity is assessed, the potential to achieve economy when designing and specifying bolted connections, and the latest research in gusset plate design for seismic frames.
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