Atria - Erection - Steel Structures.

The engineer should always consider the erection method for a structure. In the case of atria this may be of particular concern for the following reasons;

• The site is constrained by surrounding buildings
• The application of load to existing structures to be carefully controlled
• The need to precamber the geometry
• Restrictions on the location, reach and capacity of craneage
• Limits on the size of components
• The formation of neat site connections
• Safe access for operatives for the erection of the primary structure, cladding and other items.

The erection methodology may preclude the use of some structural forms. It is, therefore, essential to consider this aspect at concept stage.

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