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With the sad death of Sir Edmund Happold it is a timely reminder to revisit one of Ted’s many initiatives set up during his year as President. This was the Building Industry Council which is now known as the Construction Industry Council.
Mr D. McQuillan (F) (Kirk McClure Morton)
I was very impressed with the paper - the sheer scale of the project is mind-boggling! I have several questions to put to the authors. Firstly, was vibroflotation considered as a viable option or alternative to the piling?
Mr R.A. C. Latter, of British Steel's Structural Advisory Service, writes from Redcar in Cleveland:
I write to express my considerable concern at what appears to be a serious flaw in the
current arrangements for the approval of the structural design standards, within BSI. At present the highest approval necessary is that of the relevant subcommittee under the aegis of B/525. Such subcommittees are concerned solely with the interests of one