The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 1 > Structural Engineering: the Outlook
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Structural Engineering: the Outlook

The future will always hold interest for those who are full of vigour and enterprise and, as a comparatively young and very progressive Institution, we are looking forward with an intense interest to the future and the possible developments in Structural Engineering. It is not intended to put forward any attempt at a prophecy, but rather to indicate in some manner the developments which are at present in their infancy, and search among these for guidance as to the direction in which some headway is likely to be made in the near future. A Lakeman

Author(s): Lakeman, A