The Federation of Piling Specialists have produced an Excel based spreadsheet to assist with the provision of Pile Design Schedules.
Structural Engineers should use this document and guidance to provide the piling contractor with the information they need in order to produce a cost-efficient, appropriate design. If information is not provided in this format, there is significant potential that the resultant piling scheme will far exceed the need for the project.
This two-hour webinar, hosted by Derek Egan from Remedy Geotechnics, will talk participants through the spreadsheet and explain how to use the tool correctly using worked examples. Derek will provide live coaching to participants and ensure that the correct approach is taken when using the tool.
The workshop is free to attend for company members and associate members of the Federation of Piling Specialists. There is a £95 + VAT charge for non-members to attend.
Please note there are only 10 places available for this webinar. Places are offered on a first come first served basis. Invoices must be paid within two weeks of receipt. If payment is not received, your place will be offered to the next candidate in line.
If the webinar is full, you will be added onto a waiting list and informed if a place becomes available. If the webinar remains at full capacity, we will inform you when registration opens for the next Rig Bearing Pressure Spreadsheet Workshop.
FPS company members who confirm there attendance, but do not attend the webinar will be required to pay a £50 fee.
Derek Egan BEng, PhD, CEng, FICE.
Managing Director of Remedy Geotechnics and UK Registered Ground Engineering Adviser
Derek has over 25 years of construction and geotechnical design experience, working at a high level in the specialist geotechnical contracting and civil engineering consulting worlds.
He maintains a wide interest in the industry, contributing to the work of the Federation of Piling Specialists (past chairman of the Technical Committee), as the UK’s representative on the European Geotechnical Execution Standards Committee and is a member of British Standards Institution Geotechnical Committee B526.
Derek has a passion for the challenges of geotechnical engineering and is an enthusiastic communicator in his chosen area having written over 20 technical papers. He presents on geotechnical topics throughout the UK and abroad.