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Economic Long Span Concrete Floor Slabs

Economic Long Span Concrete Floor Slabs

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Asurvey of 40 office buildingswith long-span concrete floors
P.W. Matthew
BE, MSc, MIE(Aust)
and D.F.H. Bennett
BSc, MSc, CEng, MICE
 
FOREWORD
This publication was commissioned by the ReinforcedConcrete Council.The Group was set up in 1988 to promote better
knowledge and understanding of reinforced concrete design
and building technology.Its members are Co-Steel Sheerness plc and Allied Steel
&
Wire, representing the major suppliers of reinforcing steelin the UK; and the British Cement Association, representingthe major manufacturers of Portland cement in the UK.The authors of this publication are Peter Matthew, partnerwith consulting engineers Powell, Tolner
&
Associates andDavid Bennett, Senior Engineer in the Marketing Divisionof the British Cement Association.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The authors wish to thank the following organizations fortheir considerable help in providing the building data forthe survey:Anthony Hunt/YRM PartnershipBeersBison LimitedBunyan Meyer
&
PartnersComposite Structures LimitedDGI International plcFerguson
&
McIlveenFrank Hodgson
&
Associates James-Carrington and Partners Jan Bobrowski and PartnersOve Arup
&
PartnersPowell, Tolner
&
AssociatesSkidmore, Owings
&
MerrillWaterman Partnership
Thanks are also due to Brian Dyer of Tower Associates
for drafting the floor plans.
97.311
First
published
1990
Reprinted
1994, 1995
ISBN
0 72101386 4
Price
Group F
@
British Cement Association 1990
Published by the British Cement Association on behalf of
the
industry sponsors of the Reinforced Concrete Council.
British Cement AssociationTelford Avenue, CrowthorneBerks RG45 6YS
Tel (01344) 762676Fax (01344) 761214All advice or information from the British Cement Association is intended for those who will evaluate the significance and limitations of its contents and take responsibility for its use and application. No liability (including that for negligence] for any loss resulting from suchadvice or information is accepted. Readers should note that all BCA publications are subject to revision from time to time and should thereforeensure that they are in possession of the latest version.

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