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Duo Ophir Rocher Mixed Development – Beca Group | HERA

Ballroom tuned mass damper analysis Member & client: Beca Group Duration: 2014 – 2016 Location: Bugis, Singapore HERA provided timely and critical analyses to help support our members on a major multi-storey steel-framed building in Singapore.  Providing confidence to their structurally efficient design and allowing the project to progress forward. DUO is a 39-storey contemporary…

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Stirling success for metal project!

As part of our works to tap into the minds of our up and coming engineers we like to support local universities and recognise students who are breaking barriers and showing exceptional skill.  And last week was no different. We were pleased to attend the University of Auckland Department of Mechanical Engineering Final Year Project…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: delivering the goods on options for conformity

The factor of safety (FoS), also known as (and used interchangeably with) safety factor (SF), is the ratio between the nominal and the design load carrying capacity of a structural member or system. The factor of safety ensures that the probability of the actual resistance falling below the design resistance is sufficiently low. The magnitude…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: WTIA’s Geoff Crittenden on Australia’s submarine project and it’s welding industry

At $50 billion, the Future Submarine Program is the largest and most ambitious defence procurement program in Australia’s history. In 2016 the Australian government announced an ambitious series of defence projects worth over $100Bn, including the $50bn Future Submarine program. The Commonwealth’s objective was not only to deliver best in class equipment to the Australian…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: Can HERA drive industry transformation?

HERA’s vision is to have a long-term sustainable industry which can compete globally. And our mission, is to be the catalyst for innovation and driver for industry transformation. Industry transformation in the context of responding to disruptive challenges in an ever faster world of change is on everyone’s mind. As an industry-owned research association our…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: reviewing quality assurance developments in welded fabrication

The cost of quality is widely used but often misinterpreted to mean the cost of using quality control and quality management systems. What it actually refers to is the cost incurred from failing to provide compliant products in the most efficient manner. All too often these costs can be viewed as an iceberg with only…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: University of Sydney’s Professor Brian Uy on the road from design to reliable structures

Trends show the number of buildings and building heights are increasing. Pushing the need for more skilled engineers equipped with better tools to evaluate and guarantee the safety and performance of our structures. Design standards that lead to reliable structures are imperative for modern infrastructure. Join Professor Brian Uy as he presents on his paper which…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: UoA’s Dr Kenneth Husted on why the innovative survive

Innovation is what we’re all about – whether in research or industry education. That’s why our #MIC2017 HERA session has our speakers highlighting this disruption. It’s happening around the world and in New Zealand – which is why it’s so important that we understand what it all means for our industry, what challenges are ahead…

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Call for attendees – #MIC2017: NZMEA CEO Dieter Adams on Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0. The Internet of Things. Automation. Connected smart factories or workshops. AI & smart robots. What do these mean for our industry and how can they apply or be applied to the engineering industry in New Zealand? There is a lot of talk and a bit of hype around ICT-driven changes to manufacturing technologies. The…

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A ‘well-cast’ conference by Casting Technology NZ

Last week our Manager Industry Development Dr. Boaz Habib had the opportunity to present at the Casting Technology New Zealand Annual Conference, 11 – 13 August 2017. Focused on the theme ‘sustainable foundries for the future’ in casting technology, it was a well-attended event. Attracting around 50 industry representatives from across New Zealand and Australia…

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Wyoming roaming for CCVIII

Our General Manager Structural Systems heads to Wyoming USA from 30 July to 2 August where he’ll present at the 8th International Conference on Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete.   Organized by Virginia Tech, and sponsored by both the American Society of Steel Construction (AISC) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Structural…