The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 54 (1976) > Issues > Issue 7 > 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

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.