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Jenny Burridge, head of structural engineering, The Concrete Centre

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- 1. Cost Model Studies&Embodied CO2 Study<br />Jenny Burridge<br />The Concrete Centre<br />
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- 3. Building Types<br />
- 4. Building Types<br />concrete<br />steel<br />
- 5. Structural design and specification<br />Sarah Kaethner : Advanced Technology and Research : Arup<br />
- 6. What is a low impact building? <br />
- 7. Some variation is within our control<br />
- 8. How does variation effect the results?<br />Variation in our control<br />Variation in analysis method<br />
- 9. How does structure eCO2 affect non-structure?<br />
- 10. How wrong could we be?<br />
- 11. How much could we save?<br />400 TRUCK JOURNEYS<br />500 FLIGHTS TO HONG KONG FOR 1 PERSON<br />80 YEARS LIVING IN UK<br />20000 iPHONES<br />

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