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Last chance to book seats for this week’s AJ Spec Live

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Architects from David Morley Architects, Bennetts Associates, Sheppard Robson, and Ryder Architecture will be speaking at Wednesday’s free AJ Spec Live event

The event will focus on the structure and services of a number of award-winning projects including Wilkinson Eyre’s Siemen’s Crystal and David Morley Architects’ Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool.

AJ Specification Live is a new series of free monthly AJ discussions, in association with NLA, with an afternoon talk providing in-depth information into the design and specification of building materials and construction methods, followed by networking drinks. 

Join us on 21 May to get involved in the debate.

Speakers

  • Peter Buchan, Ryder Architecture
    On the historic upgrade of Manchester Central Library and the use of BIM
  • Jonathan Ward, Arup
    On the structure and services engineering of Siemen’s Crystal designed by Wilkinson Eyre and Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will
  • Mark Davies, David Morley Architects
    On engaging with structural and services engineers during the construction of the Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool
  • Matthew Curtis, Bennetts Associates
    On the timber-framed Canford School Biology Lab
  • David Ardill, Sheppard Robson
    On performance driven design and integration of structure and services at St Ambrose College, Manchester
  • David Mimran, David Miller Architects
    On BIM co-ordination between structural, MEP, and architectural design on the practice’s Mayfield Secondary School project

Event details

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When 21 May 2014, 4 - 6pm
Where The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London

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