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Understanding the new context of risk in structural engineering: BIM and AI

Throughout the global engineering profession, there is an ongoing academic discussion about the need to contextualise risk for society in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. Structural engineers, as experts in risk associated with the built environment, are more often relied upon to explain the contemporary concept of risk to clients, partners, and associates.

Structural reliability and risk-informed decision-making by property owners

The development of high-bay warehousing facilities as distribution centres means greater risk to business in the unlikely event of structural failure. Should the owners of distribution centre properties take additional measures to hedge against this greater concentration of risk?

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What is risk and how is it perceived in society today? Structural reliability unpacked

Find out why one in every 10,000 buildings in Australia is expected to fail. From the talk by Grant Roe at CIRCEA 2019 (College of Investigative, Remedial Consulting Engineers Australia).

Grant Roe, Costin Roe Consulting
Grant Roe, BE(Hons) MEngSc MBA MIEAust CPEng NER, Managing Director, Costin Roe Consulting
Risk and Probability
Risk management in structural engineering

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  Understanding the new context of risk in structural engineering: BIM and AI
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