The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 7 > Some Legal and Organisational Aspects: Buildings
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Some Legal and Organisational Aspects: Buildings

There are probably relatively few cases where a client and designer embark on a project with an explicit statement of working life, and in the absence of reliable data on the service life and maintenance costs of various forms of construction, a client may take the easy option of accepting contemporary norms of quality, which may imply no more than the minimum to comply with statutes and national standards. H.P. Webber