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Undergraduate training The May issue of The Structural Engineer contained a paper ‘An undergraduate training project-construction of a reinforced concrete grandstand’ by Mr R. Hulse, Mr M. K. Hurst, and Professor W. H. Mosley, of the Nanyang Technological Institute in Singapore. It described a practical project for second year students which was aimed at providing them with a background to their studies of design and construction through involvement in building a fullscale grandstand in rein forced concrete. The authors have now written to say that they have received a considerable number of interested comments on the project. They also wish to clarify their involvement in the exercise and give credit to all those concerned. Their letter reads: Since publication of our paper, considerable interest has been shown regarding the origins of the innovative educational concepts and training techniques that led to the construction project described. Verulam