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National Workshop on 'NBC 2016 & Revised Seismic Codes Impact on Design, Construction & Safety of Structures

 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:12 am    Post subject: National Workshop on 'NBC 2016 & Revised Seismic Codes Impact on Design, Construction & Safety of Structures Reply with quote

This is a sponsored event announcement (advt.), Interested persons may get directly in touch with the contacts mentioned in this mailer.


Dear Professional,

We are pleased to inform you that Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI) and Indian Association of Structural Engineers (IAStructE) jointly with Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is organizing a National Workshop on 'NBC 2016 & Recently Revised Seismic Codes  Impact on Design, Construction & Safety of Built Structures, on 8th & 9th December 2017, at Sir R.N. Mukherjee Hall of The Institution of Engineers India (IEI), WB State Centre, Kolkata. West Bengal State Centre of IEI has joined the event as a knowledge partner.

As you are well aware, a revised Building Code has been brought out by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) as National Building Code of India 2016 (NBC 2016), reflecting the state-of-the-art and contemporary applicable international practices.  In addition, several BIS codes pertaining to earthquake resistant design of buildings have been revised in the recent past.IS:1893 (Part 1) on earthquake design has been revised as IS:1893 (Part 1):2016, bringing into practice, the progress made in research, scientific and technological development globally, since its last revision.  Also, BIS has revised the code on ductile detailing of Reinforced Concrete Structures subjected to seismic forces, as IS:13920:2016. Similarly, IS:4326 has been revised in the year 2013 and an amendment on confined masonry building construction was issued thereto in 2014.  However, adopting the latest building codes is only part of the solution. The codal provisions must also be effectively enforced to ensure that buildings and their occupants benefit from the recent advancements in seismic provisions, as provided in the latest codes.

CEAI and IAStructE aim to bring together the code makers, Civil and Structural consultants, architects, academicians, young engineers, builders and developers, urban planners, policy makers and associated Government agencies to discuss the impact of the newly revised NBC and other Codes pertaining to earthquake resistant design of buildings.

The exclusive two-day workshop will witness presentations by the code makers themselves and some of the stalwarts in the industry. This workshop will provide ample opportunity to all the delegates to interact directly with the experts in the domain and gain knowledge through intensive interaction.

Based on the above, we would request your active participation by nominating yourself and as many Civil/Structural engineers, architects, planners, decision makers, supervising engineers, as possible, from your organization. We would also take this opportunity to appeal to you to come forward in supporting the event.

The workshop brochure indicating the schedule of technical programme, sponsorship opportunities, delegate registration fees and other information is attached herewith for your perusal. You are requested to reserve your seat by sending the duly filled in Registration Form along with the requisite fee directly to the address given below :

Mr Amitabha Ghoshal
C/o STUP Consultants Pvt Ltd
P 11, Darga Road, Kolkata 700017
Email: gamitabha@yahoo.com (gamitabha@yahoo.com)

Brochure can be downloaded from this link https://www.sefindia.org/?q=node/720 or from the links at the bottom of this mailer.

We would further request you to circulate this information among your contacts & friends who may be interested in attending this Workshop.

Thanking you and with regards,

Sayona Philip                                                                                                   Manoj Mittal
President - CEAI                                                                                             President - IAStructE

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