The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 10 > Discussion on An Iron Lineage by Mr. B.L. Hurst
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Discussion on An Iron Lineage by Mr. B.L. Hurst

Mr B. P. Clancy (Past President) May I ask, have you any evidence as to how your father and his partners actually calculated their fees? We see expenditure, we see a small loss. They were obviously very impressive buildings with a good standard of engineering. You said that, at the end of the first year or two, your father had virtually earned a salary equivalent only to one he had been earning with one of his earlier employers.