The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 62 (1984) > Issues > Issue 8 > Correspondence on Viewpoint on Cracks in Domestic Masonry Walls by Iain MacLeod
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Correspondence on Viewpoint on Cracks in Domestic Masonry Walls by Iain MacLeod

The opportunity to use a universally accepted, objective, and comprehensive guide to assessing crack damage in existing buildings is an appealing idea to every engineer involved in this field. It would no doubt be welcomed by the loss adjusters who have to advise insurers on claims, by chartered surveyors who often call in engineers for advice, and by Building Control Officers who have to vet and approve our solutions. Mr. S.V. Thomson