Mr Rob Hughes, semi-retired director of engineer consultancy heavy-weight Hughes, Beal & Wright, has forgotten more about investigating structural damage than many engineers will ever know.
So when Rob agreed to let Cornell Engineers share his guidelines for investigating structural damage, we were super-excited to take this opportunity to publish his truly exceptional insights.
Structural engineers, forensic engineers and up and coming engineers: please read on. Continue reading Investigating Structural Damage
Join Cornell Engineer’s graduate structural engineer, Jed Maybury, for an introduction to MP1.4 Building Over or Near Relevant Infrastructure in Queensland.
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Reference material: MP1.4 from HPW
Join Cornell Engineer’s structural engineer, Andrew Mackenzie, for an introduction to Australian wind design standard AS4055.
Here are the Powerpoint slides for you to click along with:
Wind Classification to AS4055-2012
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Join Cornell Engineer’s senior structural engineer, Patrick Mazoudier, for a training session on Brickwork Articulation Joints.
Here’s the Powerpoint file for you to click along with:
Brickwork Articulation Joints
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How devastating would it be to buy a property and the first guests at your door are your neighbours saying that you just bought a lemon….
Welcome to our nightmare.
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