PUB 57/17 National structural steelwork specification for building construction (in force until 1st January 2021)
The National structural steelwork specification (NSSS) enables design and execution of structural steelwork to British and adopted European Standards, covering information required and provided by the steelwork contractor, materials, workmanship, protective treatments and quality management. NSSS can be used for all types of building construction designed for static loading, including structural frames, decking, cladding, purlins, stairs, balconies and handrails/balustrades. Updated to cover BIM requirements.
Superseded by the 7th edition, 2020, from 1st January 2021. Supersedes: Pub 52/2010 National structural steelwork specification for building construction. 5th edition (BCSA, 2010). First edition: March 1989. Second edition: October 1991. Third edition: July 1994, second impression March 1998. Fourth edition: May 2002. Fifth edition: January 2007. CE Marking version: October 2010. 6th edition: May 2017.
British Constructional Steelwork Association
The British Constructional Steelwork Association is the national organisation for the constructional steelwork industry. Publications cover technical, commercial, contractual, quality assurance and health & safety matters.
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