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Alexander Fraser

3A Grey Street, Tayport, Fife

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Currently operating as a sole practitioner following a career in contracting, followed by almost 40 years as an engineer in an international company of Consulting Engineers.

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  • Comment on: Work accelerates on £350M Aberdeen port expansion

    Alexander Fraser's comment 28 February, 2019 10:15 am

    Yes, but probably only a sloppy typo error? More importantly, the concrete caissons were prefabricated in Spain and then towed all the way to Scotland. Surely one of the several redundant or partially redundant offshore platform basins could have been utilised for this purpose? That at Nigg springs to mind, being close to the site. On the other hand, the main contractor is Spanish and may have decided that he was better dealing with a company he knows well, rather this risking a flirt with UK labour.

  • Comment on: Bi-mode trains shouldn't replace electric, say experts

    Alexander Fraser's comment 20 July, 2017 11:40 am

    Faced with the uncertainty of the Brexit outcome and the dire state of the economy at the moment, the Government is taking the easy way out. There really is no argument for retaining diesel as a fuel and the country's environmental progress will be halted or reversed as a result of this hasty decision.

  • Comment on: London suspended swimming pool plans revealed

    Alexander Fraser's comment 21 August, 2015 2:00 pm

    Really needs a glass roof or canopy to eliminate seagull bombings and dust and dirt accumulations surely? will be difficult to erect if prefabricated and it looks as if it has to be.

  • Comment on: HS2 chiefs forced to defend cost of design changes

    Alexander Fraser's comment 16 July, 2015 10:16 am

    More sniping, rather than informed comment. I suppose this is the British way of democracy, but more time is required to study options before the meddling outsiders jump to conclusions. This is a massive project with all kinds of benefits to the country. Of course there will be swings and roundabouts on cost predictions, but give the designers a bit more credit than they appear to have at present.

  • Comment on: Wind turbine collapses in Northern Ireland

    Alexander Fraser's comment 8 January, 2015 4:36 pm

    Much of the problem with hidden information on failures is probably associated with legal settlements, which tend to stifle what should be freely available and very useful technical and operational testimony. It leads to the conclusion that the legal profession is more interested in protecting its own interests than those of society at large.

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