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The MacRobert Award, first announced in 1968, is financed by the MacRobert Trusts and is the largest award in the world for the successful development of technological innovation. The Council of Engineering Institutions administers the award on their behalf.
The Structural Codes Advisory Committee of the Institution recently requested the Code Servicing Panel on Basic Features of Design under the chairmanship of Dr. S. C. C. Bate (Council member) to report on the effect on the Structural Codes of Practice of the issue of the revision of Code of Practice CP3: Chapter V : Part 2 (Wind Loads), which was published in August 1970.
This paper describes work involved in designing and constructing the Whitgift Centre, Croydon. The problems inherent to a development of this magnitude and complexity are discussed, including those of design ofice organization as well as site.
W.E. Grainger and T.G. Hancock