Structural Survey: Volume 3 Issue 2


Table of contents

The Smith Limpit Ladder safety system

Anthony L. Poole

The Smith Ladder Limpit Safety System has transformed the ladder from a precarious and rather limited instrument of instability to a solid, stable and safe working station. Its…

Development of calculation methods for the design of structural fire protection

Margaret Law

In this country, as well as in most others, the level of structural fire protection is set by the regulatory authorities, in terms of a specified fire resistance period. The…

Roof space surveying

C. Briffett

Perhaps one of the least attractive aspects of making a structural survey is the roof space inspection which can be a cold, dark, and dirty activity in which the surveyor may…

Surveying electrical installations in buildings

K.J. Saulez

Any electrical installation which is designed correctly, installed to a good standard of workmanship and maintained regularly should give many years of trouble‐free service. This…

High rise industrialised buildings — Improving the old, conceiving the new

G. Roland Hill

Much has been written in criticism of the social, planning and constructional aspects of many industrial buildings of the 1960s. Government departments have been accused of…

‘It ought not to be allowed’

John Anstey

Rest assured that if Mr Growser had suffered an appeal against an award under the Toytown Building Act he would certainly have uttered his familiar complaint. And I think he would…



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