The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 17 > Discussion on The Structural Engineer in Conservation by Mr. I.J. Hume
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Discussion on The Structural Engineer in Conservation by Mr. I.J. Hume

The Chairman I would like to make a first comment, if I may. Mr Hume emphasised, quite rightly, the question of loadings that are being used for modern design, and how difficult it is sometimes to relate these loadings to current standards. I think it is relevant not just for old buildings, but for any building.