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Sir,-From the brevity of Dr. Faber’s article on this vast subject it may be inferred that its main purpose is to provoke a discussion, and no doubt architects and structural engineers alike will take up the gauntlet Dr. Faber throws down.
IT is our very pleasant privilege to acclaim Ewart Sigmund Andrews as our President for
the 1934-35 session. Mr. Andrews has taken a prominent part in the work of the Institution of Structural Engineers since he became a member in 1912, and is indeed generally recognised as one of the foremost authorities on structural engineering in the country.
THIS is not intended to be a “paper,” but rather a few concise notes on the Bristol
Docks undertaking, dealing more fully with the developments of recent years, which give
Bristol the right to consider that it is not only up-to-date but possibly ahead of the times, and is an indication that it is fully prepared to face up to and equip itself to deal with the ever-changing conditions.