Time for a structural change?

Author: David Treacy

Date published

1 August 2020

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Free
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Time for a structural change?

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David Treacy
Date published
1 August 2020
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The Structural Engineer
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David Treacy

Date published

1 August 2020

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David Treacy

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Free

To design more sustainable buildings, big decisions need to be made early in the design process. Could laying out the structure to a 300mm planning grid reduce embodied carbon, enable the circular economy and still retain the uniqueness of design, asks David Treacy.

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PDF
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2
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Refurbishment Retrofit Leadership Issue 8

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