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Archive for July, 2010

Application for Fellowship of the Institution

Mr Tom Cosgrove is presented with a Fellowship of the Institution at the Annual Dinner

The Grade of Fellow (FIStructE) is the highest grade of membership within the Institution, the attainment of which recognises excellence in structural engineering achievement and contribution to the engineering profession.

For election to fellowship, candidates should be engaged in the profession of structural engineering, should not normally be less than 35 years old and should have at least five years of senior professional experience. Additionally, candidates must have made a significant contribution to engineering and must be able to provide evidence of CPD over the previous five years.  

Chartered members and associates who meet the relevent criteria are encouraged to apply. Further information can be got from the Institution of Structural Engineers main website.

Graduate Evening

Venue: JM Synge Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin (Map)
Date: Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Time: 18:30

Please see the event post for further information.

Student Prize Presentations

Location: Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton St., Room 259
Date: 12 October 2010
Time: Tea and coffee reception at 18:00. Presentations start at 18:30.

Please see the event post for further information.

HSA Code of Practice for the Design and Installation of Anchors

HSA Code of Practice for the Design and Installation of Anchors

The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has recently published the code of practice for the design and installation of anchors. This is an important development in the use of anchors in construction. The aim of this code of practice is to provide practical guidance to designers, specifiers and installers of metal anchors on the requirements and prohibitions set out in the relevant statutory provisions.

This code of practice came into effect on 17 May 2010 and is available to download free of charge here.