12.30-13.30, Tuesday 26th May 2020
Online CPD Session held live via Crowdcast. Replay available to watch anytime until 2nd June 2020.
About the Session:
This session will look at some of the most common structural problems found with historic buildings and structures, diagnoses of these and then solutions, and put forward the philosophy of letting the building ‘tell you’ and minimum intervention.
About the Speaker:
Ed Morton is the Managing Director of The Morton Partnership, a firm of civil and structural engineers and historic building specialists, with some 35 employees. The company is renowned nationally and internationally for its conservation work. Ed has over 30 years experience working on historic buildings and projects and is an Engineer accredited in conservation through the CARE scheme run by the Institution of Civil Engineers and Institution of Structural Engineers.
Ed is Engineer to Canterbury Cathedral, York Minster, Westminster Abbey, Ely, Durham and Southwark Cathedral’s and is currently also working on projects at Coventry and St Paul’s Cathedral. Ed works extensively for The National Trust at properties including Bodiam, Scotney and Sissinghurst Castles, Chartwell, Knole, Stowe Landscape Gardens to name a few. He has been the structural engineer on two English Heritage major projects, Danson House and Charles Darwin’s house at Downe.
IT requirements: Please note that this is an online course and will be held via a webinar platform called CrowdCast. You will be sent instructions on how to join the session when you book. To participate, all you need is an internet connection, and a laptop, computer or phone with the ability to play video and audio. On android mobiles/tablets, sessions can be accessed via either Chrome for Android or Firefox for Android. Apple mobile/tablet users will need to download the CrowdCast app.
If you'd like to test your internet speed meets requirements before booking, please use this page on the CrowdCast website.
Accessibility: please contact the SPAB before booking to discuss any special access requirements.
|Webinar fee||£ 25.00|
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