Structural Engineers Association of New York
November 12, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Zoom Webinar Platform
This presentation will provide engineers, architects and developers the essential information on why choosing cross-laminated timber (CLT) may be the best solution for their next low- to mid-rise building project. During this seminar, the speaker will provide an overview of designing with CLT and how CLT is changing the landscape of building design by incorporating an attractive, cost-effective, and sustainable structural material. Several examples of CLT design will be presented along with information on how CLT adoption in America is gaining traction in updates to the Building Code and its referenced standards.
Oliver Neve is a structural engineer who works for Ramboll, the international engineering consultancy, from its Cambridge UK location. Oliver has over 10 years of experience as a structural engineer and he takes pride in delivering beautifully engineered buildings that do not compromise on architecture. Oliver has worked across various sectors including: Residential, Commercial, Modular, Historic, Sports and Leisure, Higher Education and Arts and Culture sectors. Oliver has been involved in the early inception of cross-laminated timber (CLT) into the UK market and has delivered several award-winning designs. In 2012, Oliver was awarded the Institution of Civil Engineers medal for his work involved with timber concrete composites. He has presented his work involved with cross-laminated timber at several international conferences to raise the awareness and promote adoption of this innovative and sustainable material.
1 PDH LU credit offered
Credits will be sent out one per registration and there may be a virtual sign in and out.
Registration closes 12:00 pm November 11, 2020
Zoom Link will be sent anytime between 4:00 pm on November 11, 2020 to 11:30 am on November 12, 2020.
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