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The JBM: an Insight into its Workings by a Practising Structural Engineer


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The JBM: an Insight into its Workings by a Practising Structural Engineer
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It was a great surprise when, in December 1988, I was invited by Dr John Dougill, Director of Engineering, to join the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) as one of the five representatives of the Institution of Structural Engineers. M.L. Manson

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