The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 8 (1930) > Issues > Issue 1 > Concrete troubles and how they should be avoided
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Concrete troubles and how they should be avoided

The subject of chairman’s address is usually something to do with the particular branch of Engineering that he has been, or is connected with, and often is a review of his experiences and work in that particular branch. My own experience has been in Architecture, Dock and Harbour Engineering, Works Engineering, Housing, Reinforced Concrete and Cement, and it would certainly take rnore than the time allotted to me in a Chairman’s address to review my experiences in these various branches of Constructional Engineering. G McLean Gibson

Author(s): Gibson, G McLean