The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 30 (1952) > Issues > Issue 8 > Unusual Design for a Large Constructional Shop Discussion on Paper by F. R. Bullen
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Unusual Design for a Large Constructional Shop Discussion on Paper by F. R. Bullen

Mr. BULLEN exhibited a scale model of the building described in the paper, and demonstrated the features discussed therein. He commented that the great advantage of such meetings was that the views of other members of the profession could be obtained. Being an art as well as a science, structural engineering was often capable of more than one solution and consequently designers could benefit by the comments of their colleagues.