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Piling in the Service of Structural Engineering

THE CHAIRMAN, in calling on Mr. McCarthy for his paper, said that it was on one of the most interesting subjects to the structural engineer. Before it was possible to put up a sound structure there must be sound foundations, and he was sure Mr. McCarthy could enlighten them a good deal on the subject of piling. He said they were all very much indebted for Mr. McCarthy’s lecture and the extremely interesting slides and films that had been shown them. He saw a number of members and visitors present who he was sure knew a great deal more about piling than he did, and he would ask the Past-President, Major Petrie, to open the discussion and propose a vote of thanks. Mr. M. J McCarthy