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Roles in the design of structural steelwork Since Mr R. E. Densley raised the matter in October of last year, we have had much correspondence on the topic ‘Structural connections - who should design them?’. Jim Lupton of Leeds now points out ways in which the necessary interaction between frame and connection design may widen the issues: I have followed with interest the various correspondence on the subject of who should design the connections in a steel frame, and would like to extend one stage further and ask ‘who should design the steel frame?’ Verulam