The department of the Built Environment hosted Roadstone on 30th November 2016
Students from all disipline streams within the department of the Built Environment were invited to hear about Roadstone's innovative new products yesterday along with some updates on regulation regarding quarry and cement products.
The presentations covered subjects as diverse as sustainability, building construction, energy efficiency and building fabric performance. Some specific areas of interest to students and staff alike were:
Cost Case Studies for building details alternatives;
SR21 2016 Annex E and its impacts for specifying and detailing;
COncrete Mix design and concrete product innovations;
SuDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems);
Students were given the opportunity to ask Roadstone's technical staff questions regarding products and their application. Some good conversation followed!
Thanks once again to Roadstone for this great opportunity for students to access industry first hand through their course participation.
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Management & Engineering
- Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Engineering
- Master of Science in Construction Project Management (full time)
- Master of Science in Construction Project Management (part time)
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying