Inclusive design for structural engineers

Author: C Refoy et al

Date published

29 March 2024

Price
Standard: £62.95
Member: £40.45
Student: £31.45
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Inclusive design for structural engineers

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Author
C Refoy et al
Date published
29 March 2024
Price
Standard: £62.95
Member: £40.45
Student: £31.45
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Author

C Refoy et al

Date published

29 March 2024

Author

C Refoy et al

Price

Standard: £62.95
Member: £40.45
Student: £31.45

Forthcoming guidance from the Institution of Structural Engineers. Pre-order now for a 10% discount on the post-publication price*.

We live in a world where many of our buildings and spaces exclude a significant proportion of our population. Collective action is required to remove the barriers that cause undue effort and separation for people with protected characteristics such as age, disability, gender, neurodiversity, sex, race, ethnicity, religion and pregnancy.

As this book outlines, truly inclusive buildings and spaces can be delivered if design teams and their specialist consultants push the thinking beyond minimum standards and engage the people who will be using the buildings.

Guidance spans the complete design process — from preparation and briefing, through to procurement, commissioning and handover — and draws on a variety of successful examples across a wide range of project types (including residential, education, healthcare, stadia, bridges and historic structures) to demonstrate and showcase ways in which buildings and spaces have been designed to be inclusive, welcoming, and equitable for everyone.

*Price shown here includes pre-order discount

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Format:
Book (A4 print or PDF)
Pages:
180
Publisher:
IStructE Ltd

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Guidance Public, Religious & Civic Community & Inclusivity Planning Best practice Project Management Conceptual Design IStructE London HQ Guides Mental health

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