TYPSA is a group of independent consulting engineering firms working as one in civil engineering, architecture, building technology, energy and the environment.
This lecture will present an anchor wall design under intricate conditions, involving deep competent rock, water presence, asymmetric loads, and potential tunnel interference will be shown.
It will be demonstrated how a highly accurate representation of the actual conditions on site was achieved. This includes leveraging 3D BIM and Plaxis, and using advanced modelling techniques that enable the visualization, analysis, and manipulation of complex structural and geological data.
One of the highlights involved incorporating site-specific features and construction details, ensuring the developed solutions align with the practical construction methodologies, and can be seamlessly executed on-site.
Daniel is currently working as site support structural engineer in TYPSA and has 4 years of experience with projects based in Spain, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Latvia, and UK. He has a Bachelor´s Degree in civil and territorial engineering and a MSc in civil engineering from Technical University of Madrid. He has specialized in the design and calculation of structures. He has previously worked on the design of railway, hydraulic and underground projects.
A five session course delivered by industry experts to develop in-depth knowledge of health, safety, and welbeing in civil engineering within the UK.
Digital transformation is crucial for sustainable workplaces in construction. BIM professionals will share the impact of digital transformation on sustainable workplace design, government policies promoting BIM adoption, and real-life examples of its benefits.
Join the ICE and ICSI for the seventh lecture in the 14th Brunel International Lecture Series, which will shine a spotlight on equitable, sustainable, and resilient infrastructure challenges in South Asia.