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Stability of Modern Buildings Introduction by L. R. Creasy, OBE, BSc, CEng, FIStructE, FlCE to the Discussion on the Report

The ‘Stability’ report has taken some time to develop but the timing of its appearance has coincided with a period of very active re-thinking of our basic structural philosophy. In particular, it seems to form the third member of a trilogy which began with the Aims of Structural Design and has coincided with the issue of recommendations on Future Building Regulations.