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ThomasH (Structural) (OP)
30 Mar 11 9:32
Hi all

I would be grateful if somebody could help me regarding structural codes in Singapore. What is applicable etc?

If the information I have is correct then previously it was British Standard but since British Standard now is Eurocode, does that mean that Eurocode applies in Singapore? And, if so, where can I find the national annex for Singapore?

Any help would be appreciated.


csd72 (Structural)
30 Mar 11 12:27

I think you will find that they still refer to the british standard which, incidentally, has not yet been totally superceded by the eurocodes.
rapt (Structural)
30 Mar 11 18:52
Singapore has their own design codes, currently a copy of the British. Eventually they will follow the British to Eurocode, and, as they copy the British code, will presumably copy the British annex!
ThomasH (Structural) (OP)
31 Mar 11 8:57

Now I think we know where to start looking.


s16 (Structural)
6 Apr 11 9:36
are you looking to work overseas?
ThomasH (Structural) (OP)
6 Apr 11 10:01

Nope, we actually have a project in Singapore. I just wanted to check what codes apply to be able to ask the right questions at the start-up meeting.

British Standard = Eurocode => National Annex etc




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