The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 17 > Branch Viewpoints. The Structural Steel-to-Concrete Interface
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Branch Viewpoints. The Structural Steel-to-Concrete Interface

The part of a building or structure that often gives the greatest difficulty in design and construction is the interface between structural steel and concrete. This may occur in new build or refurbishment work. The requirements for one engineer to have overall responsibility for all of the structure are well known. But the steelwork details are often prepared by a subcontractor, and there can be difficulties in making connections to concrete construction completed by another subcontractor. Peter H. Handley