The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 12 > Discussion on Lessons From Part 3 - Failures
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Discussion on Lessons From Part 3 - Failures

The Chairman I am delighted to see so many people here tonight. We often have a full meeting room but we have excelled tonight and there is obviously a very real interest in this subject. I was thinking of asking how many were here out of purely academic interest and how many were trying to pick up some tips for the future, but in the event I shall not embarrass any of you by asking that question. It is an important subject and I am looking forward to a lively and wide-ranging discussion about all those things that are important to you as individuals.