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The Structural Engineer

THE structural engineer is a man with a general engineering training, who has specialised in the design, construction and erection of all classes of structures, in steel and iron, concrete, either mass or reinforced, bricks, masonry and timber, as used for engineering structures, apart from these latter materials used architecturally. Gilbert Ness

Author(s): Ness, Gilbert

Keywords: structural engineers;roles;reviews;1930s