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What does Lees know anyway?

May I be so bold as to suggest that Mr Lees has not served on site as an engineer making concrete cubes and carrying out numerous slump tests.

Health and safety is concerned with our health in a professional setting.

Part of an engineer’s education is the understanding of the properties of concrete.

What better way than to carry out the site tests before allowing a pour to take place?

Daniel Hooper (M), DF HOOPER@BTOPENWORLD.COM

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