The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 4 > Modern development in surface treatment
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Modern development in surface treatment

The PRESIDENT, espressing the thanks and appreciation of the meeting to the author, said the lecture must have entailed an enormous amount of work in its preparation. Personally, he had found it of very great interest, if only for the reason that sufficient was not made of the uses to which concrete could be put. Nobody liked the rather gloomy looking plain concrete buildings which were to be seen, and we must find a way of giving that concrete material a more pleasing appearance. He proposed a cordial vote of thanks to the author.