28 November 2013
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From an initial study of c.300 buildings, Andrew Charleson presents a number of short case studies to illustrate how key architectural concepts and qualities are reinforced by exposed structure.
Standard deductions are applied to the dimensions of bent bars between concrete faces to improve the confidence of minimum covers being achieved and to improve fit. The introduction of new sets of permitted deviations and the supersession of BS 8110 has led to the need to reconsider these deductions and ultimately to propose a new set, consistent with current Execution Standards.
Letters in this issue include discussion on scaffolding guidance, Approved Document A, The Institution's Chartered Membership Examination, and the role of the Verulam Editor...