The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 11 (1933) > Issues > Issue 9 > The Case For Structural Steel
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The Case For Structural Steel

BEFORE opening the steel section of the discussion, I should like to say that I hold no brief for any one water-tight section. To my mind a structural engineer should be able and free to design and construct in any material, according to its suitability for the work in hand. A.J. Hodgkinson