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A Look at North American Practice in the Use of Corrugated Sheeting

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A Look at North American Practice in the Use of Corrugated Sheeting
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In celebration of their Golden Jubilee in 1972173 members of the Lancashire and Cheshire Branch of the Institution generously endowed a Golden Jubilee Scholarship Fund. Grants amounting to some £400 are available every other year and offered to the member of the Branch who in the opinion of the Branch Committee can best make use of it for a study visit overseas to extend his skills as a structural engineer. The first scholarship in 1973 was awarded to Mr John Saunders who applied it to a study tour of Europe and reported upon his investigations into the structural use of asbestos cement.

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