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Bills of quantities for reinforced concrete

When I think of the papers that I have listened to at the meetings of the Concrete Institute on various occasions papers of the highest technical interest to the members of your profession I feel that I owe you an apology for venturing to read a paper the title of which concerns you only in the abstract, and not - may I say it ? -in the concrete. In extenuation, however, I would mention that the reasons for my offence are twofold. In the first place, the title of the paper was supplied to me by our Secretary, and secondly, because I feel very strongly that so revolutionary a suggestion should, in the first place, be submitted to the members of the Concrete Institute for their opinion before it is discussed-as it undoubtedly will be in the near future at the headquarters of the members of my own profession. John M Theobald

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