17 October 201918:00 - 19:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London
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The Award offers an unrivalled opportunity to sample the technical, economic, social and political conditions in another country and to examine how these factors affect the practice of structural engineering.
Our winners will present the following research:
This lecture will be livestreamed from 18:00 GMT. To view use the registration button, selecting registration type 'watch online'.
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