Author: S. Brady, Brady Heyward Pty Ltd
26 October 2012
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S. Brady, Brady Heyward Pty Ltd
With care, engineers can reduce the risks to those who construct, maintain, use and demolish structures. Generally, we can presume that the strength and stability of ﬁnished structures will be assured by compliance with design codes. The greatest hazards to design out are those encountered during construction or demolition, or ones inherent in structure use.
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