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Verulam

Steel connections - who should design them? Various detailed aspects of the design of structural steelwork connections have frequently formed topics for discussion in Verulam and elsewhere in the journal. Mr R. E. Densley, of Plymouth, raises again the more general question of how the responsibility for designing connections should be apportioned: I work for a firm of consulting engineers, and we have on many occasions been asked by local steel fabricators to carry out calculations for steelwork connections, the steel sizes, loads and moments being shown on other consulting engineers’ drawings. Verulam