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Steel construction sector remembers Colin Taylor

Colin Taylor who was instrumental in helping to develop the design standards for structural steelwork died on 5th February 2020 at the age of 84. He was born …

New CEO ready for new challenges

BCSA’s new Chief Executive Officer David Moore is no stranger to the steel construction sector and his background as Director of Engineering will stand him …

Eurocode revision

British Standards Institution (BSI) has published a revised Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures as well as a revised National Annex. BS EN 1090-2 Execution …

News in brief: January 2012

The BCSA will soon be publishing its ‘Guide to Weld Inspection for Structural Steelwork’. The publication will give guidance on weld inspection for …

Brooklands hosts SCI Members’ Day

              The Brooklands motor museum in Weybridge, Surrey was the venue for this year’s annual SCI Members’ Day. …

20 Years Ago: Confessions of a Codewriter

From STEEL CONSTRUCTION, June 1990 Time, as usual was racing on. Lunch had been a coffee and curly sandwich and I was trying to complete my normal working …

News in Brief: May 2010

SCI wants to test its on-line training facilities and needs volunteers. The idea is to present a one-day course on design to EC3, including worked examples, …

News in Brief: April 2010

AceCad Software has released a new collaborative 3D project review tool known as Struwalk-er. It enables effective communi-cation and model sharing between …

British Standards to remain in place in Scotland

British Standards, such as BS 5950, can continue to be used in Scotland after 31 March 2010. Following a meeting between the BCSA President Jack Sanderson and …

Consultation on British Standards in Scotland

Following a meeting between BCSA President Jack Sanderson and the Regulatory Review Group (reporting annually to the Scottish Government) Chairman Russel …

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