The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 3 (1925) > Issues > Issue 5 > Discussion on Reinforced Concrete Columns
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Discussion on Reinforced Concrete Columns

MR. HERBERT E. STEINBERG proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Godfrey for his Paper. It was, he said, an unusual paper; it was much more outspoken and much more decided in its views than most of the papers read before the Institution, and, to one such as himself, who had been advocating the use of spiral columns for about 15 years, it was very refreshing to find an engineer so definite and decided on the advantages of this type of reinforcement.