EC7 has been here for a decade now and its use in industry is becoming more widespread all the time. The 2015 update of the Code of Practice for Ground Investigations, BS5930, says GI’s ‘should’ follow the guidance in EC7 on GI quantum. This coupled with the adoption of EC7 in Building Regulations and NHBC standards means that GI design is potentially set for some significant changes.
To help the industry prepare, we are running again our intensive half day course that aims to address the likely impact of EC7 on ground investigation design. It will be taught against a background introduction to design practice to EC7, and the requirements for ground characterisation and parametric assessment in particular. The majority of the course will focus on EC7 design requirements for GI’s, including a design exercise to examine the scale of changes that could be required. The course will introduce also changes to logging and reporting requirements to suit EC7.
This course is running in Chesterfield on 4 May 2017. Please call or email us to reserve your place on this course, or to discuss running it bespoke for your company or team. Discounts are available for group bookings or delegates attending more than one course.