About the event
The Northside Clinic in St Leonards project saw D&C builders, Erilyan, in collaboration with CFS fabricators, Austruss and Barnson Engineering Group, adopt a solutions-focused approach from the design to installation, to overcome the engineering and logistical hurdles in this project.
The innovative Design for Manufacture and Assembly approach (DfMA) was taken, which allowed large sections of the near-complete façades to be externally craned into position. The façade frames were prefabricated and assembled at the manufacturing site, to be disassembled and transported to site, where it was reassembled with the cladding materials and finally craned into position for installation – resulting in a successful installation of an 8th floor without the need for scaffolding.
Join the experts from this project, as they discuss the DfMA approach taken whilst diving into how cold formed steel was deployed structurally within the build.
- Benefits of the Design for Manufacture and Assembly approach
- Engineering benefits of light gauge steel framing
- Benefits of a solutions based approach from design to installation.
Who should attend
This webinar is relevant for engineers, builders, design managers, and project managers from civil, structural, and other relevant industries.
You do not need to be an Engineers Australia member to attend
Richard Noonan, FIEAust CPEng NER APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus Founder/Director, Barnson Pty Ltd
Richard has over 25 years’ experience in engineering design, having worked in local government and consulting. Richard established Barnson in September 1992 and previously worked in various local councils within Central West NSW. He designs, documents, and supervises many structural, civil, and geotechnical engineering projects that Barnson works on.
Andrew Fowler, Director, Austruss
Building is in Andrew's blood. With over 25 years’ experience, he is widely respected in the NSW construction industry and loves nothing more than to look at the structure of a building and work out a way to build it smarter and faster.
Tim Curtin, Founding Director, Erilyan
Tim has 25 years of commercial construction experience specialising in the delivery of complex and highly technical projects. Tim’s ability to interpret documentation and his experience in specialised and technical hospital environments has ensured he is much sought after in the industry. Tim’s ability to liaise with multiple stakeholders such as the end user, statutory authorities and design consultants ensures successful project delivery. Tim has carried out numerous medium & large-scale upgrades and new build works to healthcare facilities. These works have had a specific requirement around maintaining business continuity and typically have involved detailed staging and decanting plans. Tim has an acute awareness around services change over and refining the approach to these works during the planning phase.
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