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New editions of the Association of Consulting Engineers Agreements 2002, which outlines industry standard conditions of engagement, are available from the ACE. Contact dconnolly@acenet.co.uk

A pedestrian bridge in As, Norway, based on a 1502 design by Leonardo da Vinci, has suffered splits to its laminated timber structure. The pressed bow structure with flared piers, which spans 100m over a major highway, was originally designed in stone.

The Norwegian designed bridge opened two years ago today.

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