The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 8 > Discussion on The Hong Kong Stadium by P.G. Ayres, R.N. Cole and R. Forster
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Discussion on The Hong Kong Stadium by P.G. Ayres, R.N. Cole and R. Forster

Mr P. J. Ayres (M) I have three questions about the steelwork, first of all the connections. Who was responsible for all connection design and how did you control particularly the appearance of the connections? How much architectural involvement was there, including the pin connection?