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Mr. F. C. Mellor: ' The paper emphasizes the importance of the team-work between consultant and contractor. We at St. Albans Concrete were very grateful for the opportunities that we were given for very frank discussion at all stages, which enables a well-balanced design to be prepared and which took very full account of the manufacturing aspects. '

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