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Discussion on The Trafford Centre, Manchester by Mr. D.A. Woodward and Mr. I.B. Poval


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Mr R. Hickman You were talking about the design team manager who wasn’t the design team coordinator. What particular skills do you think that person should have or group of people should have?

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