The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 5 (1927) > Issues > Issue 5 > Discussion on Building Research by Dr. R.E. Stradling
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Discussion on Building Research by Dr. R.E. Stradling

The CHAIRMAN said everyone in the room had very much enjoyed the description of the apparatus. He was quite sure a number of those present wanted to speak and ask questions. He had himself made a number of notes; he was afraid it would take the rest of the evening if he attempted to go through them. He must say he had been very much impressed personally with the very useful work that was going on at the laboratory. He wasure the Institution of Structural Engineers would welcome the very kind invitation they had received from Dr. Stradling, and hoped that during the course of the early summer, or perhaps a little later, they would be able to arrange a visit for members to see over the laboratory. He was sure this would add very much to their own knowledge, and he hoped they would he able to contribute somewhat to the work which was going on under Dr. Stradling's care.