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The New Concrete Code - is it all it's Cracked up to be?

The purpose of the article was to stimulate a serious technical examination of BS8llO’s contents, and it is a pity that the normally unflappable Dr. Beeby has chosen to adopt a ‘debating’ style for his contribution. (His comments on the Campaign for Practical Codes of Practice require correction, although the article does not directly concern that Campaign-CPCP is not a campaign against the use of BS8110 [as he claims] but a campaign for the right of engineers to choose CP114 as an alternative if they prefer.) What follows is a response to the technical comments Dr. Beeby makes (numbered as in the original article). Mr. Beal