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The Achievement of Structural Adequacy in Buildings

When the Institution produces a new report, a notice usually appears in The Structural Engineer - together with an order-form! For the ‘Structural adequacy’ report this happened in the ‘blue pages’ of The Structural Engineer dated 8 January 1991. There is also frequently a followup meeting to introduce the report but, in this case, because of the nature and content of the report, I was given the alternative of introducing it to members, via The Structural Engineer. G. Somerville