The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 4 > Correspondence on Towards More Realistic Structural Evaluation by Mr. R.J. Currie
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Correspondence on Towards More Realistic Structural Evaluation by Mr. R.J. Currie

Mr R. A. M. Watkins Harris & Sutherland (Far East) It is interesting to note from this paper how closely the author mirrors the development of structural appraisal carried out over the last 8 years by the Hong Kong Housing Department (see The Structural Engineer, No.16,21 August 1990).