The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 21 > Presidential Address. Concrete Steps to Construction's Future
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Presidential Address. Concrete Steps to Construction's Future

At this time I am very conscious not only of the great honour bestowed on me by the Institution but also of the nature of the tasks that lie ahead during my period of office as your President. I take over at a time when the construction industry is anything but buoyant and thus the problems multiply and the challenges grow apparently sterner. However, this makes it especially opportune now to look ahead and plan for the future; I am still able to look forward with pleasure to the year ahead and to the support and friendship which can be relied on from the membership of this Institution. Professor A.R. Cusens