Author: Dilley, Philip
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Wind flow around tall buildings We also publish from Graham Stark’s letter some thoughts stimulated, as he tells us, by having had to ‘wait, rain-soaked, at a windy bus shelter at Waterloo’. Verulam
Patrick Dowling will succeed Howard Taylor as President of the Institution 1994-95 at an Ordinary Meeting at Institution headquarters on 6 October 1994. The handover will be at 6 p.m. when the new President will give his Presidential Address ‘Communication or isolation?’, the full text of which will be published in The Structural Engineer in November.
The 1994 Presidential Tour was to Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and the USA. This report describes the main features of the tour, reports on meetings and gives some opinions for Institution policy and follow up. A number of meetings and contacts were made in the USA leading to an understanding of the method of professional engineering registration and other aspects, including the recognition of qualifications, all matters that need to be considered by the Institution in developing its international role. Dr H.P.J. Taylor