SCI (The Steel Construction Institute)
SCI (the Steel Construction Institute) has been a trusted, independent source of information and engineering expertise globally for over 30 years, and remains the leading, independent provider of technical expertise and disseminator of best practice to the steel construction sector.
We support everyone involved in steel construction; from manufacturers, consulting and design engineers, architects, product managers, commercial directors’ right through to industry groups and peers.
Consulting and design engineers look to SCI for reliable and robust technical information and training on the effective use of steel in design, including the latest codes and building regulations. Our industry-defining Design Guides and Eurocode advice is renowned.
The Concrete Centre
The Concrete Centre’s vision is to make concrete the material of choice. We provide material, design and construction guidance. Our aim is to enable all those involved in the design, use and performance of concrete to realise the potential of the material.
The Concrete Centre is part of the Mineral Products Association, the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries.
Olsson Fire & Risk is an internationally renowned and respected fire engineering partner to owners, designers and builders for private, commercial and public sector works. Our distinctive combination of excellent service and international expertise enables us to design and tailor unique and accountable fire engineering solutions.
We develop alternative design solutions to overcome challenges and at the same time meet the design, financial and operational aspirations of your project. Our expertise ranges from risk assessment to design, engineering, approval and implementation of safer and smarter fire safety solutions.
Contact person name: Kate Swinburne (firstname.lastname@example.org, T +44 (0)777 611 7679)
Fire Engineering is a key element of multi-disciplinary design and differs throughout the world. AECOM believe the following are the most important principles:
- Safety – We work to keep people safe, whilst minimising fire’s effect on buildings, infrastructure and community.
- Integration – We consider fire’s effect on all aspects of the building, resulting in more efficient buildings, with every element contributing towards overall safety.
- Education & Negotiation – We collaborate with approvers and designers to explain and clarify the principals of fire engineering.
- Innovation – We believe in the intelligent use of the technology available such as complex fire and people modelling, in combination with experience.
Our Europe, Middle East, India and Africa team comprises 32 engineers across 9 offices, made up of internationally recognised engineers from various technical backgrounds.
Contact person name: Holly Smith (email@example.com, T +44 (0)131 301 8771)