Structural Survey: Volume 13 Issue 2


Table of contents

An introduction to lime

Jane Schofield

Advocates the use of lime in the repair of old buildings ratherthan the hard, but brittle, impervious materials used in cement mixestoday. Points out the advantages of lime in…


How do clients select a surveyor?

Michael Hoxley

Discusses how clients who are requiring a structural survey goabout the task of selecting and appointing the surveyor. Analyses theresults of a questionnaire to identify and…


Inspecting ventilation systems

S. Loyd

Highlights the need to inspect ventilation systems, which willbecome a legal requirement for all workplaces from 1996. Beneficialreasons are given, including maintaining the…


Estimating the elastic modulus of concrete made with artificially manufactured lightweight aggregates

R.V. Balendran

Discusses the results of a study of the moduli of elasticity ofconcretes made with artificially manufactured lightweight aggregatessubjected to uniaxial compression and uniaxial…


Small urban spaces

Richard Catt

The first of a series of articles, outlines how the urban landscapeevolved. Attempts to untangle the welter of legal controls through whichthe smallā€scale urban landscape is…

Part L and energy rating applied to UK housing

Stephen Todd

Examines the new energy regulation proposals set out in the revisedApproved Document Part L of the 1995 Building Regulations. Assesses theways in which the New Requirement L1…




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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited