Schock fill newly created specification engineer role

  • 3 Jun 2015

Chirag will provide technical guidance and assistance to specifiers, structural engineers and other users in the design principles and effective use of Schock structural thermal break elements.

Chirag Patel in his Kidlington office

The engineers in the technical team are primarily project orientated, working closely with clients on specific day-to-day issues. However, it is recognised that there is scope for a role with a broader more educative approach, placing greater emphasis on general thermal break issues and good design practice.

As a result, Chirag will offer lecturing and training sessions, including advanced CPD seminars, with the purpose of ensuring safe in-house project design for a wide variety of users.

Chirag gained an MSC in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Sheffield in 2006 and originally joined Schock in 2011 as a Design Engineer.

Schock
The Clock Tower
2-4 High Street
Kidlington
OX5 2DH
UK
 
Phone
0845 241 3390
 
Fax
0845 241 3391

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