Author: A. Mann (Senior consultant, Jacobs)
1 May 2015
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A. Mann (Senior consultant, Jacobs)
The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 5, 2015, Page(s) 8
Geoff Clifton describes the use of concrete as a major constituent of repair work performed on English cathedrals in the 20th century, but raises concerns about the long-term problems this use may result in.
Letters this month include discussion on the CDM 2015 regulations, and whether we need more engineers, more female engineers or more good engineers.
Synopses of the latest papers accepted for publication in the Institution's new research journal, Structures. Access to Structures is free to all during 2015. From 2016, Institution members will continue to receive free access as one of their membership benefits. The journal is available online at: www.elsevier.com/locate/structures