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Features in the Design and Construction of Drapers Gardens Development. Discussion on the paper by W. W. Frischmann CEng MIStructE MASCE, G. S. Brown CEng AMlStructE and S. S. Prabhu BEng CEng AMlStructE AMASCE

Mr. Colbridge (British Iron and Steel Federation) : ' I should firstly like to congratulate the authors on their paper, which describes a number of innovations of an extremely interesting character. The Drapers' Gardens Development is also an example of the growing interest in structures that combine both structural steel and structural concrete in an overall design concept. A number of buildings designed on this principle can now be found both in this country and abroad, and there is no doubt that it is a trend which will continue as new solutions are developed for the integration of the two media. '