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Mr. W. H. WOODCOCK (Associate), proposing a hearty vote of thanks to the Author, said that there waa previously very little literature on the subject of lightweight concrete construction, and it was valuable to have published in a paper such as this details of the various substances available.
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.
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.