Seminar: Design of structural steel bolted connections - Sydney

The recent growth in steel framed buildings and similar structures in Australia has been nothing short of astounding. Improved speed of construction, offsite fabrication and attention to cost efficiencies have all added to excellent steel outcomes.

The flexibility for site assembly and fabrication efficiencies developed through the use of bolted connections are a significant component of steel’s renaissance as a building material of choice with CNC beam lining and profile cutting rapidly contributing to more cost efficient connections.

This seminar will establish the solutions possible through pragmatic standardized connection design and explain the cost efficiencies of bolted connections. A particular focus on design and installation to realise this efficiency and provide safe, structurally sound designs underpins the seminar.

A thorough understanding of connection design and cost efficiencies is a fundamental component of your continuing professional development in structural steel design, important to transfer into your business environment and a significant differentiator for your organization when discussing steel solutions with your clients.

Program and package:
12.00 pm for 12.30 pm start to 5.00 pm finish
The seminar package includes the seminar notes (PDF), light lunch on arrival and afternoon tea.

Seminar content:
Introduction; bolt strength fundamentals; AS 4100/AS/NZS 1252 context; bolted connection design models; economical design and detailing; recent developments; compliance.

Engineers attending this seminar may gain CPD points to meet Engineers Australia requirements.

EA who are not ASI members should email margritc@steel.org.au with current proof of membership to obtain the promotion code to access the EA Member reduced fee.

Book offer:
Seminar attendees are able to purchase the ASI Structural Steel Connections Series of books at a discounted price. For further details, please email margritc@steel.org.au.

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