The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Employment of Structural Engineers as Specialists: Discussion on Mr Creswell's Paper
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The Employment of Structural Engineers as Specialists: Discussion on Mr Creswell's Paper

The President, proposing a very hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Creswell for having put the matter so clearly before the members, said he was wondering when structural engineers would have the opportunity to acquire legal knowledge in addition to all the scientific knowledge they must possess; perhaps the matter was one which might be placed before the Institution’s Board of Examiners. Mr W.C.Cocking(Past Member of Council) paid a tribute to Mr. Creswell in respect of his very happy knack of drawing the attention of professional men to various matters, often of very great importance, but which had previously escaped their attention, and said that the paper referred to many matters which professional men did not often consider.