The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 2 > Response to Viewpoint on The Associate-Member: is the Institution doing Enough? by Philip Beadle
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Response to Viewpoint on The Associate-Member: is the Institution doing Enough? by Philip Beadle

Mr Beadle’s ‘viewpoint’ is to be admired for its verve and possibly for the unrelenting nature of its attack on the Institution’s ‘establishment’, its ‘bureaucrats’, and Mr D. W. Lazenby (previous Chairman of the Associate-Membership Committee and of the Review Sub-committee) in particular. Unfortunately, before writing his article, it would appear that Mr Beadle, as a good technician engineer, has not done the necessary background research or studied the relevant Codes. As current Chairman of the Associate-Membership Committee, may I be permitted to correct some of the errors contained within his article and hopefully reduce some of the confusion that may have been created by it. Mr. Peter Brett