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Verulam

Competitive steelwork design The letter from Mr C. P. Pountney published last September made several criticsms on the grounds of lack of economy of what he described as the ‘traditional’ British design of bolted joints in steelwork as compared with designs prepared by international competitors. A number of our readers did not agree with him entirely, and their comments appeared in our December issue. Mr Pountney now writes: It is gratifying that much comment has been caused by my letter regarding joints between primary and secondary beams. Verulam