The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 95 (2017) > Issue 7 > Viewpoint: Reinforced concrete design: Eurocodes and British Standards compared
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Viewpoint: Reinforced concrete design: Eurocodes and British Standards compared

The UK government has recently triggered Article 50, starting the official departure process from the EU. This has led to a hotly debated topic within our industry: do we continue to use the Eurocodes or revert to the previous British Standards? Peter Watkins draws his own comparison of the main differences between the two.

Author(s): P. Watkins (AECOM)