Weathered in Australasia
The low-maintenance and strength of weathering steel has made it an increasingly popular material of choice for bridges in Australia and New Zealand over the past 20 years. Raed el Sarraf charts the historical trend and suggests further reasons for the use of weathering steel in future bridges
Bridge design & engineering podcast #2
For this episode, we travelled from the UK to Denmark to meet Tina Vejrum, who has been elected by the Permanent Committee of IABSE as President for the 2022-25 period. She has been an active member of he group for over 25 years, and is currently one of IABSE’s Vice Presidents.
Having worked at several leading design and engineering consultancies in her 10-year career, Luxembourg-born structural engineer Lee Franck has recently stepped into the world of entrepreneurship to help champion sustainable and collaborative approaches to construction. Khalifa Bokhammas learns more