Author: Entwhisle, F D
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Entwhisle, F D
Dr. Goode's paper gives some very interesting data on long-term torsional effects in reinforced concrete and particularly illustrates how 'torsion shedding' can occur in continuous structures. The comparison of strengths with those calculated from CP110 raises two points.
Dr. R.A. Swann
As a result of an international architectural competition a Conference Centre and Hotel was designed and built in Riyadh. It was the intention that they should set new
standards of building in a country which had previously been almost totally closed to the West. This paper gives the story of the design and construction of this building and describes the types and standards of construction which were achieved.
E. Happold, W.I. Liddell and P.A. Woodward
Mr. A. M. Muir Wood (Sir William Halcrow B Partners): I think I am possibly the only one here who has been concerned with each stage of this project from its rebirth, as it were, in 1959 until the date of its suspended animation in 1975. While I have been concerned with it on and off-mostly off-nevertheless, I have seen a number of changes and constant evolution.