Achieving robustness of precast concrete stairs using proprietary cast-in inserts

Author: C. Billington (J&P Building Systems Ltd)

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1 January 2014

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Achieving robustness of precast concrete stairs using proprietary cast-in inserts

Achieving robustness of precast concrete stairs using proprietary cast-in inserts
The Structural Engineer
Author

C. Billington (J&P Building Systems Ltd)

Date published

1 January 2014

Author

C. Billington (J&P Building Systems Ltd)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

It is vital that concrete stairs remain available and useable under extreme conditions without suffering progressive collapse. One method through which this can be achieved is the anchoring of the individual elements into the structure.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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