The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 60 (1982) > Issues > Issue 3 > An Assessment of High Aluminia Cement Concrete in the Superstructures of Existing Buildings. Report
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An Assessment of High Aluminia Cement Concrete in the Superstructures of Existing Buildings. Report of the Working Party on the Structural Uses of High Alumina Cement Concrete

Nearly 7 years have elapsed since the publication, in 1975, of the BRAC Sub-Committee P's report on high alumina cement concrete, and the Institution is concerned that many properties containing HACC that have been appraised by an engineer and found safe and adequate for purpose are still being valued lower than similar ones with OPCC. A working Party has considered the problem and has produced the assessment below.