The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 58 (1980) > Issues > Issue 2 > Open Discussion on The Kessock Bridge Design and Build Contract Procedures by Leslie Clements
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Open Discussion on The Kessock Bridge Design and Build Contract Procedures by Leslie Clements

Dr. 0. A. Kerensky (Past President): I consider that the particular case of the Kessock Bridge is almost sub judice since, apart from the historical background supplied by Mr. Clements, we have no details of the original design, nor of the reasons for the very much cheaper alternatives-and there must be some very good reasons for this! But, most important of all, we do not know how the job will turn out and what will be the final cost to all concerned-i.e. to the nation.