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  1. Standard method of detailing structural concrete. A manual for best practice (Third edition)

    Standard method of detailing structural concrete. A manual for best practice (Third edition)

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    This publication is a standard reference for work in structural design offices - to be used in conjunction with the normal design codes and manuals. It provides guidance on good practice and is a working document on structural concrete that can be used to interpret the designer’s instructions in the form of drawings and schedules for communication to the site. Also available to purchase in PDF format. Learn More
  2. Introduction to the fire safety engineering of structures

    Introduction to the fire safety engineering of structures

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    The design of building structures for fire has a significant impact on the way structures are designed, procured and specified in many countries. New procedures, advanced analytical methods and improved risk assessment techniques are now available to support performance-based design for the fire load case. Also available to purchase in PDF format. Learn More
  3. Manual for the design of reinforced concrete building structures (Second edition)

    Manual for the design of reinforced concrete building structures (Second edition)

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    Post publication note: Since publication of this second edition, British Standards have been replaced by Eurocodes. While this Manual has continued relevance as a reference source for engineers involved in the refurbishment of buildings designed to British Standards, it is neither updated by the Institution, nor recommended as a guide for new design.


    Often referred to as the "Green Book" the second edition of the Manual for the design of reinforced concrete building structures (as with the first) has been drafted jointly with The Institution of Civil Engineers. Written by and for practising designers in a concise format, it reflects the logical sequence of operations which a designer follows. Also available in PDF format. Learn More
  4. Safety in tall buildings

    Safety in tall buildings

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    This Report examines what can be learned from the extreme events of 11 September 2001 for the future design of new buildings and the appraisal of existing ones. Also available to purchase in PDF format. Learn More
  5. Subsidence of low rise buildings (Second edition)

    Subsidence of low rise buildings (Second edition)

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    Technically there has been a substantial reduction in the use of underpinning in recent years, with greater consideration being given to less disruptive means of stabilising affected properties, e.g. tree management. While primarily aimed at structural engineers, this publication is relevant to a wide readership including mortgage lenders, consulting engineers, property valuers, insurers, builders, solicitors, surveyors, loss adjusters, local authorities and property owners. Also available to purchase in PDF format. Learn More

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