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Whilst visiting Trinidad recently the President had the great pleasure of being entertained at a dinner party given in his honour by the President, Mr. Aldwyn Lequay and his wife, the President-Elect, Dr. Desmond Imbert, and other officers and members of the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago, which encompasses
engineers of all disciplines.
Set out below is the text of a background note issued by the Construction Industry Overseas Directorate, Department of the Environment to British Embassy posts in the Middle and Far East, West Africa and South America. The initiative of the Department will be applauded. The content of the note is of wider interest in that it makes clear that, for example in the EEC context, the Government regards corporate membership of Chartered Institutions as representing a standard of professional competence at least equivalent to that represented by the holding of a relevant first degree at a British University.
Terms of Reference and Constitution
The terms of reference given to the Working Party by the Science and Research Committee in November 1975 are : 'To consider the problems associated with high alumina
cement concrete in general, and as necessary, to recommend guidelines on the appraisal of structural members in high alumina cement concrete.'