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Archive for June, 2002

ISE Structural Awards 2002 (No.13 Jun-02)

At the recent Structural Awards Ceremony of the Institution in London, Arup Consulting Engineers received a Commendation in the Structural Heritage Category for their role in the Guinness Storehouse Project. The Structural Heritage Award was won by WSP Group Plc for the Redevelopment of Knightsbridge Crown Court for Harrods Plc, and along with the Guinness Storehouse, Oscar Faber also received a Commendation for their work on Lime Street Station, London. Read the rest of this entry »

Seminar Proceedings (No.13 Jun-02)

Copies of the following proceedings are available from Joe Kindregan (

  • Analysis, Design and Construction of Roofs, June 1997 (€15)
  • Design for Building Movements, May 1994 (€15)
  • Scheme Design Options, May 1995 (€15)
  • Masonry Arch Bridge Assessment, October 2001 (€38)

Standing Committee On Structural Safety (Scoss) (No.13 Jun-02)

For some 25 years now SCOSS has been investigating trends, practices and the products of design that were felt to have the potential to lead to a reduction in structural safety margins. Whilst SCOSS would not claim the credit for changes that have come about as a consequence, the Committee would like to think that it has exerted some influence. Read the rest of this entry »

N8 Glanmire to Watergrasshill Road (No.13 Jun-02)

The Glanmire to Watergrasshill road scheme involves the realignment of the existing N8 National Road from the Northern end of the Glanmire By-Pass to North of Watergrasshill Village. The road scheme is 10 km long and will form part of a motorway/dual carriageway standard route between Cork and Dublin. The line of the route crosses several existing County Roads and watercourses. There is a grade separated interchange at each end of the scheme. Read the rest of this entry »

Educating Our Future (No.13 Jun-02)

The Institution of Structural Engineers has announced some key changes to their process of professional training and development. The introduction of Initial Professional Development (IPD) marks another step towards the Institution’s goals as a learned society.

The Institution is the internationally recognised professional body for structural engineering. With a membership exceeding 22,000 in over 100 countries, it is the only qualifying body in the world concerned solely with the theory and practice of structural engineering. Recognised for the technical and professional competence of its members, its image is one of safety, efficiency and excellence both of its operations and in the standards of its members. The Institution qualifies its members by exams – for both Associate Membership and Chartered Membership – that test professional competence in structural engineering design. Read the rest of this entry »