The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 59 (1981) > Issues > Issue 5 > Discussion on the Structural Engineer in a Multidisciplinary Practice by J.N. Martin, R. F. Emmerson
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Discussion on the Structural Engineer in a Multidisciplinary Practice by J.N. Martin, R. F. Emmerson and J.S.A. Berry

Mr J. A. Waller (F) (Oscar Faber & Partners): I would like to congratulate the authors on a very interesting and thought-provoking paper. In many buildings today, considerable efforts are made to achieve the optimum or lowest cost solution within each professional discipline. Unfortunately, the process is not so often carried out when it involves crossing professional boundaries. The authors have clearly shown what can be achieved if the will is there to try.