The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 53 (1975) > Issues > Issue 8 > Discussion on Central Hill Lambeth by Peter Buckthorp, Fred Butler, Peter Dunican and John Morrison
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Discussion on Central Hill Lambeth by Peter Buckthorp, Fred Butler, Peter Dunican and John Morrison

The President: Before l propose a vote of thanks to our authors, I would like to make a few remarks about the profession. We, in fact, hear many remarks about our profession when collapses or other troubles occur. This is a paper about an extremely difficult job-one which posed ever-changing problems. The outcome was successful-after all, Ove Arup Et Partners are the leading structural consultants-and yet, what does the Press say? Ove Arup were getting advice; they were using outside experts. I think they ddeserve considerable praise.