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Viewpoint: Changing Haiti’s cultural building aspirations

The publication of Grenville Phillips’ article ‘Why change Haiti’s cultural building aspirations?’ in March 2013 attracted a number of responses. Having progressed the issue with the respondents (and other parties) in the interim, Grenville restates his concern over the Haitian government’s decision to allow confined masonry to be the only masonry method approved for use in Haiti.

Author(s): G. Phillips