The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 12 > Discussion on The Design and Construction of Broadgate, Phases 1-4 by Mr T.J. George, Mr P.D. Skead
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Discussion on The Design and Construction of Broadgate, Phases 1-4 by Mr T.J. George, Mr P.D. Skead and Mr H.A. Taylor

Mr Peter Campbell (Past President) You have rightly drawn attention to the enthusiasm and dedication of all the people involved that produced a fine solution to the problem, but I suspect that the client had a special role in this particular project. All too frequently the client is a remote person who contributes very little, and I suspect that Stuart Lipton and his team played a very major role in the whole thing. Could you tell us a little more about the actual way in which they did contribute, and perhaps the drive they engendered in the whole of the design process that resulted in the adopted solution.