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Building Regulations - the Role of the Structural Engineer

It must be appreciated that Building Regulations are part of a legal code, and the Public Health Act of 1936 augmented by the Public Health Act of 1961 contain the enabling and enforcing powers, scope and requirements as to approvals or rejections of proposals. F.D. Entwisle

Author(s): Entwhisle, F D

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