The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 1 (1909) > Issues > Issue 1 > The examination of designs for reinforced concrete work
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The examination of designs for reinforced concrete work

The subject upon which I have been asked to speak to-night may, I think, be profit- ably considered by us as one in which the two main divisions of this Institute must be interested. In introducing it let me recall to your minds how it comes that the examination instead of the preparation of designs for works in reinforced concrete has been suggested for the consideration of a Society composed mainly of engineers and architects, and of practical constructors who might be supposed more concerned with the inception than the criticism of drawings. William Dunn

Keywords: reinforced concrete