Author: E. Morton (The Morton Partnership Ltd)
27th February 2015
First published: 27th February 2015
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E. Morton (The Morton Partnership Ltd)
The design for horizontal actions, fire and materials is considered, along with simplified methods of design. Throughout this article the Nationally Determined Parameters (NDPs) from the UK National Annexes have been used. These enable Eurocode 6 (BS EN 1996-1-1) to be applied in the UK.
This article is the first of two which will discuss the problem of corrosion of steel
frames behind masonry elevations. It aims to provide an introduction to this form of
construction and to consider the ways in which lack of maintenance can lead to corrosion of the steel frame, before setting out how remedial work should be
Cantilever stone staircases have been used in all sorts of buildings for more than 350 years.
Unfortunately, when surveying buildings we can be so intent on getting from floor
to floor that we forget to look at the stairs on the way. Like all structures, stairs need regular inspection and maintenance; without which, collapses can ultimately occur.