Start time: 1.00pm AEST. Join industry experts for a comprehensive overview of the importance of specifying the correct service enclosure.
About the event
Beneath our feet run thousands of kilometres of cables carrying essential services to the community. These services are owned and managed by a diverse range of authorities and asset owners. At the ground level, access to this network is critical for inspection and maintenance. Below the surface, enclosures housing cables must be safe and durable.
Each service network requires enclosures to be positioned along cable routes across various urban and landscape environments. When specifying enclosures, the diversity of these environments requires consideration of several factors, which vary in importance depending on the application.
Join industry experts for a comprehensive overview of the importance of specifying the correct service enclosure.
This presentation will include a review of the project-specific factors that influence system selection and specifications including material choices, design loads, slab/pavement integration, aesthetics, safety, security, and compliance.
Also featured is a detailed exploration into lids and access covers on the back of the new Standard, AS 3996.
- Learn about cable pits, manhole covers and surface ducting systems.
- Understand why enclosures housing cables must be safe and durable.
Hear about project specific considerations when specifying enclosures.
Who should attend
This webinar is relevant for Electrical Engineers, Civil Engineers, and Mechanical Engineers.
You do not need to be ab=n Engineers Australia Member to attend.
Greg Facey, Market Segment Manager, ACO Pty Ltd
Greg Facey is the Market Segment Manager for ACO, a family owned, global organisation specialising in the manufacture of products for the construction and building industry, with its Australian manufacturing plant located in Western Sydney NSW. He began his career with the organisation back in 2004 as Queensland Specification Representative providing education and project solutions to many state authorities, engineering and architectural firms. Greg progressed into the current Market Segment role, providing education and CPD support, technical advice and design brief development nationally to industry associations, transport authorities and designers, in the stormwater management space.