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.

4 Whitehall Court
London
SW1A 2ES
UK
Website: www.bcsa.org.uk
Email: gillian.mitchell@steelconstruction.org
Tel: 020 7839 8566

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
BCSA Code of practice for metal decking and stud welding 2014 Green
Guidance notes: safer erection of steel-framed buildings 1999 Green
Holding down systems for steel stanchions 1980 Amber
Safe site handover certification (SSHC) and checklist Amber
Steel construction - embodied carbon 2014 Green
Steel construction CE marking 2014 Red
Steel construction CE marking 2015 Green
Structural fasteners and their application 1978 Amber
Structural steelwork fabrication 1980 Red
PUB 11/84 Historical structural steelwork handbook. (4th impression 1991) 1984 Green
PUB 13/84 Multi-storey steel structures: a study on performance criteria 1984 Red
PUB 16/93 Erector's manual (2nd ed.) 1993 Green
PUB 14/94 Contractual handbook (2nd edition) 1994 Red
PUB 209/96 Commentary on the third edition of the national structural steelwork specification for building construction 1996 Red
PUB 25/01 Health and safety in the workshop: a guide for steelwork contractors (2nd ed.) 2001 Amber
PUB 27/01 Health and safety on site: a guide for steelwork contractors 2001 Green
PUB 28/01 Health and safety in the office: a guide for steelwork contractors 2001 Green
PUB 29/01 Health and safety guide for managers and supervisors 2001 Green
PUB 32/01 Contractual handbook. 3rd edition 2001 Green
PUB 33/02 Financial handbook for steelwork contractors 2001 Green
PUB 34/02 Steel bridges. 2nd edition 2002 Green
PUB 203/02 National structural steelwork specification for building construction. 4th edition 2002 Red
PUB 35/03 Steel buildings 2003 Green
PUB 209/03 Commentary on the 4th edition of the national structural steelwork specification for building construction 2003 Amber
PUB 36/04 BCSA Code of practice for erection of low rise buildings 2004 Green
PUB 37/04 BCSA Code of practice for metal decking and stud welding 2004 Amber
PUB 38/05 BCSA Guide to the erection of steel bridges 2005 Green
PUB 39/05 BCSA Guide to steel erection in windy conditions 2005 Green
PUB 40/05 Galvanizing structural steelwork: An approach to the management of liquid metal assisted cracking 2005 Green
PUB 41/05 Steel details 2005 Green
PUB 42/06 BCSA Code of practice for erection of multi-storey buildings 2006 Green
PUB 43/07 BCSA guide to work at height during the loading and unloading of steelwork 2007 Green
PUB 44/07 BCSA Guide to the installation of deep decking 2007 Green
PUB 45/07 Allocation of design responsibilities in constructional steelwork 2007 Green
PUB 203/07 National structural steelwork specification for building construction. 5th edition 2007 Amber
PUB 48/09 Health and safety on steel construction sites: guide for employees 2009 Green
PUB 49/09 Health and safety in the workshop for employees: a guide for steelwork contractors 2009 Green
PUB 52/10 National structural steelwork specification for building construction. 5th edition. CE marking version 2010 Amber
PUB 53/10 Eurocode load combinations for steel structures 2010 Red
PUB 54/12 Guide to weld inspection for structural steelwork 2012 Green
PUB 53/16 Eurocode load combinations for steel structures 2016 Green
PUB 57/17 National structural steelwork specification for building construction. 6th edition 2017 Green
PUB 212/02 Joints in steel construction: Simple connections (plus Corrigendum 1 October 2002) 2002 Amber

 

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