Author: A. Soane
1 February 2017
First published: 1 February 2017
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Well-designed and well-executed temporary works solutions can lead to big cost savings, while providing a safe and efficient environment for the permanent works to be built. This is particularly the case with below-ground temporary works, where there are a great many challenges to be faced by a temporary works designer.
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.
John Banks examines the role of principal designer under CDM 2015 and discusses how this relates to temporary works design on a project.