The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 10 > Correspondence. The Engineer as a Designer
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Correspondence. The Engineer as a Designer

Sir,-Mr. J. F. Butler’s proposed 3 per cent. increase in the professional man’s fees will be applauded by all members; but whence the fees? Big London clients may look upon fees as airy trifles; but in the provinces it is a difficult job to get the average so-called “business man” to realise that an architect serves any other purpose than that of being a necessary evil created to satisfy the local bye-laws.