Technical Guidance Note 13 Level 2 - Masonry cladding to steel-framed buildings (PDF)

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This Note introduces structural engineers to interfaces between a primary structure principally formed from steelwork, and a masonry cladding system.



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Technical Guidance Note 13 Level 2 - Masonry cladding to steel-framed buildings (PDF)

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Since the invention of medium-storey framed structures in the late 1800s, there has been a need to clad them with a reasonably robust material that acts as an efficient barrier to the external environment. Masonry delivers the performance required of a cladding system on multiple fronts. It has therefore developed from a load-bearing element within structures to become a component of an envelope to larger framed buildings.

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Format A4
ISBN No
Number of pages 4
Publication date October 2017
Publisher IStructE Ltd