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Mr M. D. Japes (Director of Engineering, British Waterways Board): Bearing in mind that the design and construction techniques were so innovative, if it was required to repeat the construction, are there any aspects that Mr Simpson would now change, either in the design or in the construction techniques?
Dr. R. A. Swann (Cement and Concrete Association, Research and Development Division): ‘I would like to describe briefly the two models which Mr. Lee has referred to.'