An introduction to The Structural Carbon Tool

Author: Penny Gowler and Will Arnold

Date published

31 March 2021

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An introduction to The Structural Carbon Tool

The Structural Engineer
Author

Penny Gowler and Will Arnold

Date published

31 March 2021

Author

Penny Gowler and Will Arnold

Price

Free

Access Resource

Penny Gowler and Will Arnold preview a new embodied carbon tool that has been developed by Elliott Wood and the Institution of Structural Engineers.



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Download the Tool and find out more about how it works.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
2
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Carbon Issue 4

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