Adam Sweet explores the benefit of post-tensioning ...

Adam describes the thinking behind developing alternative engineering proposals on this challenging building for the University of Sheffield in an article recently published in the Structural Engineer. The £ 81M ‘Diamond’[i] is a landmark building and is the University of Sheffield’s largest investment in a single teaching building. Developing post tensioned concrete transfer structures and slabs realized significant material savings, as well as overcoming program and other challenges whilst still meeting the brief. 

Adam has recently joined our growing Exeter office and is working on City and Dockland’s re-development of Portal West Business Centre in London with CJ O’Shea. 
You can read Adam’s article in full at The Structural Engineer online. 

[1] The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 96 (2018) > Issue 3 > Sheffield University’s new Diamond building benefits from post-tensioning

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