Business Practice Note No. 26: Building facades - defining the structural engineer's scope of servi

Author: Stephen Gregson

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1 July 2019

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Business Practice Note No. 26: Building facades - defining the structural engineer's scope of service

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Stephen Gregson

Date published

1 July 2019

Author

Stephen Gregson

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Stephen Gregson stresses the importance of clearly defining responsibilities and interfaces
when designing building facades.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Business Practice Notes Professional Guidance Issue 7

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