Tall Buildings: Design Advances for Construction (book review)

Author: J. Parker (WSP)

Date published

1 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

1 September 2015

Author

J. Parker (WSP)

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Free

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Author

J. Parker (WSP)

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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