The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 3 (1911) > Issues > Issue 1 > The dissociation of competitive designs and tenders
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The dissociation of competitive designs and tenders

The importance of the general question of competitive designing is so great to all those who are in any way connected with the use of reinforced concrete, and particularly to those to whose interest it is that the material should be used to as full an extent as possible-I mean the specialist designers-that no apology is needed for dealing with it before this Institute. Mr Vawdrey