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Presidential Address

YOU may remember that when I addressed you a year ago, after some preliminary observations on the work of the Institute, I confined my remarks almost wholly to the practical aspect of reinforced concrete construction, calling your attention to various matters which it was necessary to watch if the work were to be executed in a satisfactory manner and brought to a satisfactory conclusion. I think that has borne some fruit, and I propose in this, my second address, to proceed on somewhat similar lines, commencing with a review of the Concrete Institute's work during the past year and following with some expressions of opinion on practical matters connected with concrete construction which I think are deserving of some emphasis and repetition, more especially in view of what has come to my notice particularly since I first addressed you. E. P. Wells