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Call Michael W. Ishler at Ishler Design & Engineering Associates. I know he
worked with cable and Fabric Structures in some Asian and European projects
while he was working for Ove Arup & Partners.He may be able to give you more
specific information.

I hope this helps.

Juan Carlos Esquivel, S.E

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