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I have read the report of the discussion on the above paper in the current issue and
note that the author in reply to one of my queries, states, “the foundations were designed to allow of two additional floors being added.”
The CHAIRMAN (Mr. P.J. Black, L.R.I.B.A., M.I.Struct,.E., Vice-President), introduced Mr. Bylander as one of the oldest memhers of the Concrete Institute, being in fact a Founder Member of the Institute, and said that he was regarded as one of tho pioneers of steel-frame buildings. His paper was a very interesting retrospect and it showed the evolution of the steelframe building.
The subiect with which the writer has been asked to deal is a wide one for a paper which must be limited to a certain amount of space, and it has been necessary to decide what should be dealt wifh at length, and what should be merely touched upon.