The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 19 > British Standards and the Small Consultant
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British Standards and the Small Consultant

British Standard specifications and Codes of Practice, which derive from the expertise of the profession, are essential tools in any design office. They are an aide-memoire to the experienced engineer and a lodestone to the young, in adapting their academic training to the unchartered waters of practical design. R.O.C. Seaman