The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 11 > Discussion on Bridge Rules, OK! Road, Rail and Ro-Ro Bridges to BS 5400 by A.C.G. Hayward and S.J. M
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Discussion on Bridge Rules, OK! Road, Rail and Ro-Ro Bridges to BS 5400 by A.C.G. Hayward and S.J. Matthews

Mr B. P. Pritchard (W. S. Atkins & Partners): I wish to add my tribute to Mr Hayward and his partner for a very bracing little paper. I wish they had talked a little more about BS5400, but they certainly showed a few of the structures which have given them quite a name in the production of structural steel bridges, a material which had gone into some decline until they took a hand in the matter.