School of Computing and Engineering

Guest Lecture: Building Pathology with Allen Gilham

The School of Computing and Engineering is pleased to host another guest lecture as a part of the Evening Lecture Series organised by The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES).

Allen Gilham will speak on building pathology and will highlight causes of building defects, diagnosis and analysis. With his extensive experience as a Building Surveyor and a town planner, Gilham will relate to case studies across various sectors within the built environment.

Date: Thursday 17 November 2016
Venue: William Barry Theatre, University of West London, St Mary’s Road, Ealing W5 5RF (Getting here)
Time: 18:00 to 20.00 with refreshments from 18.00, lecture begins at 18.30
Tickets: Free to attend. Book your space on the ICES site. (Please note the £10 deposit is waived for students)

 

About the speaker

Allen Gilham MRICS Dip.T.P. IHBC, Associate – Surveyor of Historic Buildings
Allen Gilham is an Associate at Malcolm Hollis. He is a building surveyor and town planner with 44 years’ experience as a specialist historic buildings surveyor and conservation planner in condition surveys and appraisals and advising on the care, repair, restoration, building diagnostics defects analysis and expert witness work and the economic re-use of historic buildings, historic areas, historic parks and gardens. He has extensive experience within the private sector and in working with both local authorities and charitable/non profit making organisations in the heritage and arts sectors.