All the articles from the September 2022 issue of The Structural Engineer.
Publish Date ‐ 8 September 2022
IStructE CEO Martin Powell provides an update on how the new Building Safety Act will affect the profession and sets out a proposal for a specialist Building Structures Register.
Steel reuse is now a viable low-carbon option for all parties to a project, as this article explains from the perspectives of contractor, steel producer, fabricator, engineer and client.
This CROSS report highlights the challenges associated with commercial and programme pressures which must be balanced against the need to produce a safe design.
This primer from Allan Mann presents an introduction to the practicalities and demands of erecting steel structures.
How the world's largest gridshell-enclosed building was designed and constructed in Singapore.
Claire Thomas explores how her practice has fared regarding low-carbon design solutions, and asks what the construction industry can do to encourage low-carbon outcomes.
This month's letters cover snow loads, responses to last month's article by Alan Rathbone on plastic design of portal frames and the work of CROSS Australasia.
Angus Macdonald's latest book provides 21st century context to modern architecture, from the framework of the Crystal Palace through to high-tech buildings vying for attention today.
A round-up of events at Institution HQ and around the regional groups.
Editor-in-Chief Leroy Gardner has chosen an article on semi-rigid moment-resisting connections made from composite cold-formed steel-rubberised concrete and its development as the ‘Featured Article’ from Issue 40 of Structures. The article will be free to access for six months.