Multi-Storey Precast Concrete Framed Structures

Elliott, Kim S. / Jolly, Colin

Multi-Storey Precast Concrete Framed Structures

2. Edition - January 2014
  • 760 pages
  • Hardcover
  • English
ISBN: 978-1-4051-0614-6
available, free shipping

Prices incl. VAT


This book provides practicing engineers with detailed design procedures and reference material on what is now widely regarded as an economic, structurally sound and versatile form of construction for multi-storey buildings. This revised and updated edition features a new chapter on the design of Panel Structures, including the concepts of crosswall construction and volumetric construction. It also offers design examples to the new Eurocodes, using their British National Application Documents, along with numerous worked examples drawn from industry, as well as design charts, and tables.

About the author

Kim S. Elliott BTech, PhD, CEng, MICE is a self-employed consultant to the precast industry in the UK and Malaysia. He was Senior Lecturer in the School of Civil Engineering at Nottingham University, UK, from 1987 to 2010, and was formerly at Trent Concrete Structures Ltd, one of the UK's leading precast concrete manufacturers. Since 1987, he has been active in research into the behaviour of precast concrete structures and has published more than 120 papers and 6 text books. He is a member of the FIB UK Group and FIB Commission on Prefabrication.

Colin K. Jolly MSc, PhD, CEng, MICE, FIStructE is a self-employed consultant to Cranfield University and the construction industry. He was Senior Lecturer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Southampton University, UK, from 1978 to 1999, and in the Engineering Systems Department at the Royal Military College of Science (now the Defence Academy) from 2000-2006, having formerly worked for Consulting Engineers in the UK and Oman. Since 1975, he has been active in research into the behaviour of a wide variety of composite materials in structures, and has published more than 280 papers and industrial reports. He is a member of the UK Expert Group providing recommendations for the evolution of the European loading code EN 1990.