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Tribute. Sir Alfred Pugsley: an Engineering Genius - a Man of Quiet Authority who Never Raised his Voice

Sir Alfred Pugsley's memorial service is due to be held on 29 May 1998. It will be a service of thanksgiving for the life of a man who, though without revolutionary fervour himself nevertheless engendered a structural engineering revolution during the 1950s and ’60s. As John D. Allen discovered in his researches for this editorial tribute commissioned by The Structural Engineer, not only the engineering profession but the nation at large has much to thank him for.