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Bristol Series – Hybrid Concrete Frame Design

  • Associate
  • 26.10.2023
  • Associate

Tim will provide an introduction into hybrid concrete construction (HCC). HCC combines precast and insitu concrete to maximise the benefit of both forms of concrete construction.

He will discuss the various hybrid solutions, then focus on the design of twin-wall and precast columns, along with some of the design, manufacturing, logistics, and construction challenges.

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