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Presidential Address. The Role of the Consulting Structural Engineer in the '70s

‘In 1919, 50 years ago, Ewart Andrews set up his private practice in London, as Consulting Engineer; I count myself most fortunate to have been one of his partners, and, now, very humble to succeed, after 35 years, such a one as he, and, after 10 years, such a one as my friend and present partner Lewis Kent, as President of this very fine Institution. To these two eminent structural engineers particularly, I owe my thanks: for their friendship, for their guidance and for their support, during almost 40 years in which I have been connected with engineering, of one sort or another.' C.B. Stone