The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 53 (1975) > Issues > Issue 10 > High Aluminia Cement Concrete in Buildings
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High Aluminia Cement Concrete in Buildings

In its advice to local authorities issued in April 1975 the Department of the Environment announced the setting up of a special sub-committee of the Building Regulations Advisory Committee under the Chairmanship of Mr. C. B. Stone, CBE, DSO (Past-President), to recommend criteria to be used in checking the adequacy of buildings containing high alumina cement concrete structural members, and to determine which categories of such buildings need not be appraised.