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James Daly Memorial Lecture 2014 – Tuesday 11th March, DIT Bolton St.


The James Daly Memorial Lecture 2014 will take place on Tuesday 11th MarchRoom 281, DIT Bolton Street. A pre-lecture reception will take place at 18.00, with the lecture commencing at 18.30. The topic of this years lecture is the redevelopment of 10 Trinity Square, London. A flyer to publicise the event is available via the following link.

10 Trinity Square was opened by David Lloyd George, then the British Prime Minister, in 1922. It is best known as being the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority. It overlooks the River Thames at Tower Hill, in the southeastern corner of the City of London and is one of London’s most important historic buildings. The building was purchased by Reignwood in 2010 in order to re-develop the building as a 5-star hotel and luxury apartments.

Barrett Mahony are the project civil and structural engineers acting on behalf of the design and build contractor and this presentation explores the challenges and complex engineering issues faced during the re-development of this Grade II listed building.


  • Roger Tegart, BScEng MIStructE CEng, Associate Director, Barrett Mahony
  • Owen Carroll, BE (Hons) MSc DIC MIEI, Design Engineer, Barrett Mahony


Date: Tuesday 11th March

Time: Reception: 18.00; Lecture: 18.30

Venue: Room 281, DIT Bolton St.

The video of the lecture is now available, along with the accompanying paper:

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