Risk and existing building assessments: understanding the approach

Author: Andrew Smith, Patrick Hayes and Andrew Lawrence

Date published

2 January 2024

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Risk and existing building assessments: understanding the approach

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Andrew Smith, Patrick Hayes and Andrew Lawrence
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2 January 2024
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The Structural Engineer
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Andrew Smith, Patrick Hayes and Andrew Lawrence

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The Structural Engineer, Volume 102, Issue 1, 2024, Page(s) 12-16

Date published

2 January 2024

Author

Andrew Smith, Patrick Hayes and Andrew Lawrence

Citation

The Structural Engineer, Volume 102, Issue 1, 2024, Page(s) 12-16

Price

Standard: £10 + VAT
Members/subscribers: Free

Andrew Smith, Patrick Hayes and Andrew Lawrence examine how the safety of higher-risk buildings should be assessed in the UK under the requirements of the Building Safety Act.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
12-16
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Assessment of Structures Risk Professional Guidance Building Safety Act Issue 1

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