The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 55 (1977) > Issues > Issue 10 > Discussion on Engineering Aspects of the National Theatre by A.R. Flint and J.A. Neill
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Discussion on Engineering Aspects of the National Theatre by A.R. Flint and J.A. Neill

Mr. Barron: The authors say that the terms of the contract should conveniently be those of a building contract which would be most appropriate for the much more costly superstructure. They actually used the RIBA conditions, more usually referred to as the JCT standard form. They could have also or alternatively used the ICE conditions modified for work with high architectural content. Did the JCT form prove to be as convenient as expected?