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Forming part of a four-volume series providing guidance on the 'stability system' of a building, the series focuses specifically on lateral load resisting systems, triangulated (framed) vertical bracing, shear walls and moment frames.
It can also be purchased as part of a four-part package.
A three-volume package comprising:
Stability of buildings Parts 1 and 2: General philosophy and framed bracing
Stability of buildings Parts 3: Shear walls
Stability of buildings Parts 4: Moment frames
Guidance for structural engineers on the use of structural and semi-structural adhesives (with a polymetric matrix) and the behaviour of adhesive joints used in structural applications.
Best practice guidance for bridge owners/operators, contractors, utility companies and structural designers considering the performance, function, serviceability and maintenance of new or replacement bridge access gantries.
Information on the development of alkali-silica reaction (ASR) damage in the UK, the chemical process of ASR, and the diagnosis and assessment of expansion and cracking on concrete.
A two-volume package comprising:
Structural design – the engineer’s role
Structural design – achieving excellence
An overview of the structural engineering profession and what structural engineers do.
Essential information for Event Organisers, Venue Owners, Local Authorities, Contractors, Suppliers and 'Competent persons', on the procurement, design and use of temporary demountable structures, including: grandstands; stages; fabric structures, hospitality units and fencing/barriers.
Primarily for structural engineers and property owners (but also for mortgage lenders, property valuers, insurers, builders, surveyors, and local authorities) this guidance focuses on the causes of subsidence damage, appraising a property with subsidence, carrying out remedial works, and insurance matters.
Guidance for structural engineers and construction industry professionals experienced in more traditional materials - providing an insight into design methodology, specification, materials and techniques in the design and construction of glass structures.
Guidance for structural engineers and those working in a Building Control capacity, on how to prepare a systematic risk assessment for high-risk structures.
An overview of the advanced methods available for designing structures for fire resistance.
Guidance for structural engineers and surveyors on the methods and approaches taken to inspect, appraise and report on buildings and associated structures.
Guidance for undertaking inspections of underwater, inland and coastal structures in water depths to 30m - including inspection techniques, equipment and safety.
Recommendations on crowd loading for those with responsibility for permanent grandstands, including: owners, operators, architects, insurers and design engineers.
A two-volume package comprising:
Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings
Manual for the systematic risk assessment of high-risk structures against disproportionate collapse
Published in response to the events of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center in New York, this guidance examines key safety issues for tall buildings and other structures of large occupancy.
This guidance provides a decision-making framework to assist structural engineers in the production of risk management assessments.
Design guidance for structural engineers, other construction professionals and car park owners/operators.
Pragmatic assistance for structural engineers in the delivery of sustainable projects for the building sector.
Comprehensive, step-by-step guidance for structural engineers needing to check and report on the adequacy of an existing structure.
An overview of the tasks undertaken by structural engineers during design and construction.
It can also be purchased as part of a two-volume package.
An established reference source for any structural design office, this guidance is a working document on structural concrete - used to interpret designers' instructions in the form of drawings and schedules for communication to site.
Part of a four-part series providing guidance on the 'stability system' of a building. The series focuses specifically on lateral load resisting systems, triangulated (framed) vertical bracing, shear walls and moment frames.
Essential guidance for structural engineers, on the reduction of a structure's carbon footprint; focusing on embodied energy and carbon associated directly with the structure.
Pre-order available. This new guidance provides helpful information for practicing structural engineers at all career stages.
Pre-order available. A comprehensive introduction to the design of primary building structures during fire, for all principal structural materials.