A Resource for Engineers
From its first launch, the Shay Murtagh Technical Manual has been a uniquely useful source of information for everyone involved in the design and construction of bridge beams. The Manual has included invaluable features such as Bridge Beam Span Tables and a Designers’ Checklist.
New Features for the Third Edition
- The third edition features our online library using Building Information Modelling, the computerised data-sharing technique which is revolutionising the construction industry.
- The Span Tables for TY, TYE, Y and YE beams have been updated following a more rigorous series of design estimates. Details relating to strand layouts and cross sectional dimensions have also been enhanced for the same beam types.
- The designers’ checklist, which has been a popular feature of the two previous editions, is revised and expanded in the third.
An Interactive Web Resource
By registering online, designers and engineers will have access to this invaluable information and to a comprehensive BIM library of rivet objects by beam type – available right now at shaymurtagh.co.uk
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The continuing development of the Bridge Beam Technical Manual provides the most comprehensive design tool and demonstrates our technological expertise and solutions based approach to bridge construction.
The new manual is linked to our website and contains a full BIM library which is interactive and will be updated regularly. To access this log onto https://www.shaymurtagh.co.uk/bridge-beam-technical-manual/.
Both the manual and BIM library are backed up by an excellent technical support team. For further information please contact email@example.com.Gillian is the Marketing Director for Shay Murtagh Precast. The company's problem solving capacities allow us to give off site solutions to once insitu contracts which in turn speeds up project completion.
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