The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 95 (2017) > Issue 2 > Business Practice Note No. 2: Fee proposals – assumptions (and exclusions)
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Business Practice Note No. 2: Fee proposals – assumptions (and exclusions)

In the second note in this new series, Norman Train offers guidance on areas where the boundaries of the service to be provided by a structural engineer need to be defined in the fee proposal in order to avoid ambiguity.

Author(s): N. Train