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Sutherland History Lecture. Freyssinet: the Genius of Prestressing

James Sutherland will recall a member of our staff who went on holiday in Scotland to the Isle of Skye and, seeking no doubt the sublime, he climbed to the top of the Coulins. Disappointment! When looking north, all he could see was Harris and, looking northeast, all he could see was Sutherland. These names keep cropping up, not least this evening, but this evening it is Sutherland & Harris. Emeritus Professor Sir Alan Harris