Author: M. Evernden, A. Darby and T. Ibell, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, UK
1 August 2013
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M. Evernden, A. Darby and T. Ibell, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, UK
The Steel Construction Institute's Nancy Baddoo reflects on the use of stainless steel in construction over the last century; from the stabilisation of the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral in 1925, to the framework of Glasgow's Clyde Tunnel in 2010.
An overview of the importance of temporary works (as evidenced by the significant number of historical failures) and the roles of both temporary and permanent works designers.
All articles published in the August 2013 issue. (NB Technical Guidance Note Level 2, No. 7 contained within this issue was updated in October 2016. For the updated article, see the individual article entry for this issue.)