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Tata Steel and BCSA share their expertise in free Steel Essentials seminars

15 November 2013 No Comment

Do you want to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in steel and construction? Tata Steel and the British Construction Steel Association (BCSA) have joined forces to share their expertise through a series of free ‘Steel Essentials’ seminars.

Held throughout October and November in London, Leeds and Edinburgh, the sessions cover the key issues for engineers and designers – from sustainability and fire safety to steel grade selection and CE Marking.


Attendees will hear from Tata Steel’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) team, which has helped over 150 practices keep up to speed with the evolving steel industry.

Build your industry knowledge with free Steel Essentials seminars by Tata Steel and BCSA

Seminars include a focus on Steel Specification and Design, which covers the obligations of CE Marking for working with structural steelwork, as well as examining some of the practical aspects of design. The Steel Grades presentation will show why subgrade selection is so vital, while the Design for Fire seminar will provide a practical walkthrough of how to determine the fire resistance period for a structure.

Tata_Steel_seminar_3The final topic is all about how to achieve BREEAM ratings in the most cost effective manner, with the presentation on Sustainability and Steel Construction covering sustainability through every stage of a building project.

Working with steel: Tata and BCSA launch free Essentials seminars to educate construction and design industry

Places are still available on the Steel Essentials seminars in November in Edinburgh:

Thursday 21 November 2013
Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa 2013
1150 Century Way, Thorpe Park, Leeds FULLY BOOKED

Thursday 28 November 2013
The Caledonian
Princes Street, Edinburgh

For more information or to book your place visit: www.steelconstruction.info/Steel_Essentials_2013.

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