The future of the profession

Author: Faith Wainwright and Josef Hargrave

Date published

16 July 2019

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The future of the profession


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The future of the profession
Date published

16 July 2019

Author

Faith Wainwright and Josef Hargrave

Price

Free

First published

N/A

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Author

Faith Wainwright and Josef Hargrave

A report summarising a Council Meeting workshop organised by Arup’s Foresight team.

The workshop was held on 23 February 2018 at Institution HQ in London, focussing on the future of the structural engineering profession.

The day was split into two parts; the morning concentrated on what the profession will look like in 10-15 years’ time; the afternoon explored the role of the Institution in supporting the profession going forward.

 

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
9
Publisher:
IStructE

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