Structural Survey: Volume 21 Issue 1


Table of contents

Risk and liability for consultants advising on the built heritage

John Reyers

Professional consultants are liable for damage resulting from negligent advice, design or acts. This research examines the perspectives of professionals involved in advice on the…


Constructionline: a review of current issues and future potential

Andrew Steele, Stephen Todd, Dianne Sodhi

Reviews the early years of the operation of the “one‐stop” approved list for public sector construction work in the UK. The findings of questionnaire studies of clients and…


Cost factors affecting the design of ground‐ supported floors

Anthony Mills, Peter Ashford

The cost of concrete ground‐supported floor slabs represents a significant proportion of the total capital cost of industrial projects. There are many structural design issues…


Proliferation of PVC‐U replacement windows and the ramifications for domestic vernacular detailing

John H. Lane

PVC‐U replacement windows are being installed in domestic property across the developed world. It could be argued that this is a result of vigorous marketing, a need for energy…


Selection of demolition techniques: a case study of the Warren Farm Bridge

Chimay Anumba, Arham Abdullah, Tewedros Fesseha

There are numerous demolition techniques available to the demolition contractor from the well‐known blasting techniques to the less known hydrodemolition techniques. It is…




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