Guide to surveys and inspections of buildings and associated structures

Author: Various (Institution Task Group)

Date published

1 June 2008

Price

Standard: £35.00
Member: £22.75
Student Member: £17.50

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Guide to surveys and inspections of buildings and associated structures

Guide to surveys and inspections of buildings and associated structures
Guidance
Author

Various (Institution Task Group)

Date published

1 June 2008

Author

Various (Institution Task Group)

Price

Standard: £35.00
Member: £22.75
Student Member: £17.50

Guidance for structural engineers and surveyors on the methods and approaches taken to inspect, appraise and report on buildings and associated structures.

This pocket-sized guidance (for engineers already familiar with inspecting buildings for structural adequacy and general condition) provides concise information on safety considerations, legal aspects and common problems associated with surveys and inspections. Appendices form a detailed checklist of the many items an engineer should consider when preparing a structural report.

 

Additional information

Format:
Book (pocket-sized print or PDF)
ISBN:
978-1-906335-05-2
Pages:
60
Publisher:
IStructE Ltd

Tags

Small practice Guidance Members only Commercial Industrial Domestic Residential Public, Religious & Civic Historic structures Assessment of Structures Inspection Surveying Technical Publications Panel Guides

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