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Building Consequence Classes and the link to Execution Classes

Richard Henderson of the SCI discusses the evolution of Building Consequence Classes and the link between them and Execution Classes of structures. The …

Light Steel Framing In Residential Construction (P402)

Light steel framing systems use galvanized cold formed steel sections as the primary structural components, which can be assembled as prefabricated panels. …

Residences in steel

Nine steel-framed student accommodation blocks form an integral part of the University of Salford’s expansion plans. An £84M project for the University of …

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 …

SCI launches best practice guide to tackle Part L changes

Changes to Part L of the Building Regulations in England and Wales have resulted in deeper cladding systems, a need for improved air tightness and hence an …

Part L and airtightness of the building envelope

Airtightness is likely to become a critical consideration in meeting the new Building Regulations on thermal performance. Graham Raven reports on tests by the …

Part L final draft details released

The long-awaited changes to the Building Regulations covering conservation of fuel and power were published in September and will take effect from April next …

New delay as government fails to publish Part L

Implementation of the new Building Regulations thermal requirements looks certain to be delayed following the Government’s failure to publish the documents. …

Changes to Part E of the Building Regulations and Light Steel Framing

In order to retain the accurate formatting of the equations in this technical paper, this article is available as a pdf download only. Click here to download …

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