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Battersea Power Station: Restoring an Icon

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Speaker Bio:

Sam Youdan was an undergraduate in engineering at Cambridge from 2001-2005, and joined Buro Happold as a graduate engineer in January 2006. He is now a Director in the London Structures Team, and is a Fellow of the ICE .

Since 2012, Sam has been working on the Battersea Power Station project, where he led all the heritage and heavy refurbishment design and site works, including the successful dismantling and re-construction of the award-winning chimneys.

This talk is part of the Engineering Department Structures Research Seminars series.

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