Temporary Works Toolkit. Part 2: CDM 2015 and the responsibilities of permanent works designers

Author: Jon Carpenter

Date published

1 November 2016

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Temporary Works Toolkit Part 2: CDM 2015 and the responsibilities of permanent works designers with regard to temporary works

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1 November 2016
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The Structural Engineer
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Jon Carpenter

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The Structural Engineer, Volume 94, Issue 11, 2016, Page(s) 34-36

Date published

1 November 2016

Author

Jon Carpenter

Citation

The Structural Engineer, Volume 94, Issue 11, 2016, Page(s) 34-36

Price

Free

In the second part of the series, John Carpenter examines the impact of CDM 2015 and temporary works on permanent works design.

Synopsis

The Temporary Works Toolkit is a series of articles aimed primarily at assisting the permanent works designer with temporary works issues. Buildability – sometimes referred to now as 'construction method engineering' – is not a new concept and one always recognised as vital to the realisation of one’s ideas; it ought to be at the forefront of an engineer's mind.

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PDF
Pages:
34-36
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Temporary Works Toolkit Professional Guidance Issue 11

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