Tall Buildings: Design Advances for Construction (book review)

Author: J. Parker (WSP)

Date published

1st September 2015

First published: 1st September 2015

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Tall Buildings: Design Advances for Construction (book review)

The Structural Engineer
Tall Buildings: Design Advances for Construction (book review)
Date published

1st September 2015

First published

1st September 2015

Author

J. Parker (WSP)

Price

Free

Access Resource

John Parker finds this collection of papers to be something of a mixed bag, with some very useful and well set out, but others less so. Overall, though, he concludes that it would make a good addition to the library of any engineer designing high-rise buildings.

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PDF
Pages:
1
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Issue 9

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