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Introduction to Structural Design of Glass

2nd Feb 2021
4:00PM - 6:00PM -

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STU (Structural) 2

Introduction to Structural Design of Glass

2 STUs (Structural) / 2 PDUS for PES for CEngs - Approved and Confirmed



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In this presentation, we take a look at glass as a building material and the various standards in place for using glass as a structural material in buildings.

The presentation also covers some case studies of the engineering of glass structures. It is useful for engineers and designers wanting to gain an understanding of how glass can be used as a structural element and how to design glass structures in a safe manner according with prevailing standards.



Mr Mathieu Meur received his Master of Engineering from the École Centrale de Lyon, France, one of the most prestigious engineering universities in Europe. Trained as a multi-disciplinary engineer, Mathieu specialised in Façade Engineering early on in his career.

Prior to joining the DPA Group of Companies, Mathieu worked as Managing Director in a prominent international engineering group, heading a team of 200+ façade specialists across 14 offices, providing strategic and technical leadership. Mathieu has worked on over 300 building envelope projects on 5 continents, ranging from high-fashion retail storefronts to airports and super high-rise buildings. He was heavily involved in Changi Airport Terminal 1 upgrading, The Reflection at Keppel Bay, the Resorts World Sentosa and The Dubai Mall.

Through his years of experience, Mathieu has developed extensive knowledge of all types of building envelope systems in terms of design, engineering and related codes of practice. Passionate about sharing his knowledge and skills with others, he is a frequent speaker at conferences, an author for technical publications, and has been a Lecturer at Real Estate & Construction Centre on Façade Design and Façade Condition Assessment since 2002, and at the Building and Construction Authority since 2017. Mr. Meur is also fellow of the Society of Façade Engineering from United Kingdom since 2010, past chairman of the Cladding & Roofing Taskforce at the Singapore Green Building Council, and current chairman of the Façade Engineering Division at the Institution of Engineers of Singapore.

Mr. Meur joined DPA Group of Companies to lead the façade engineering team, work on mega-projects and spearhead technical innovation.


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