The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 15 (1937) > Issues > Issue 10 > Old Waterloo Bridge: Schemes for Reconditioning and Widening. Discussion on Mr. R.P. Mears's Paper
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Old Waterloo Bridge: Schemes for Reconditioning and Widening. Discussion on Mr. R.P. Mears's Paper

THE CHAIRMAN (Dr. Oscar Faber, O.B.E., D.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., Past-President) drew attention to the fact that Mr. Mears was on the staff of Messrs. Rendel, Palmer & Tritton, who had been associated with the schemes relating to Waterloo Bridge. The bridge, he said, was probably of special interest by reason of the controversy with which it had been associated for so long a time, but which, happily, was at an end; thus, the matter was leaving the political and entering the engineering sphere, which meant that something would be done.