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Steel Bridge Group: Guidance notes on best practice in steel bridge construction - Sixth issue (P185/6)

This is the 6th issue of the Guidance Notes produced by the Steel Bridge Group (SBG), a technical forum established to consider matters of high-priority interest to the steel bridge construction industry. Available as a free downloadable PDF only.
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This is the 6th issue of the Guidance Notes produced by the Steel Bridge Group (SBG), a technical forum established to consider matters of high-priority interest to the steel bridge construction industry.

The 60 Notes comprised in this publication offer guidance on best practice in steel bridge construction, explaining many construction processes and their influence on design and specification. Although aimed at bridge designers, many of the Notes offer general information that will be helpful to all designers of structural steelwork.

It complements the publication Steel Bridge Group: Model Project Specification (P382), which was written for use in conjunction with EN 1090-2.

Available as a free downloadable PDF only.

Products specifications
Author D C Iles and C Hendy
SCI Publication Ref P185
ISBN (13 digit) 978-1-85942-217-5
Edition Year 2015
Publisher The Steel Bridge Group
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