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Spanish structural engineer and architect Santiago Calatrava has been presented with the newly-introduced Concrete Society Gold Medal in recognition of 'his outstanding contribution to the use of concrete in construction.'

Calatrava is famous for his use of organic forms and abhorrence of straight lines, as displayed on such notable structures as the Milwaukee Art Museum, Lyon's airport railway station

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