The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 40 (1962) > Issues > Issue 8 > Accidents on Construction Work with special reference to Failures during Erection or Demolition. Dis
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Accidents on Construction Work with special reference to Failures during Erection or Demolition. Discussion on the Paper by W.D. Short, B.Sc.(Civil Engineering)

THE PRESIDENT, proposing a vote of thanks to the author, said, all were extremely grateful to Mr. Short for his paper and his introduction of it. If they did not know already, they now knew that structural engineering in particular and construction in general was not a job for the amateur. He recalled having read in the Code of Practice that demolition should be carried out by expert contractors.