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Presidential Address. Formation of the Principal Engineering Institutions Continued

PART VI. Continued. As early as 1902 the present writer had realised that there was a scope for an Institution of Structural Engineers, which, under the aegis of the Institution of Civil Engineers, would do for specialised structural work, what the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and the Institution of Electrical Engineers had done in their respective spheres. E. Fiander Etchells

Author(s): Etchells, E Fiander