The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 7 > Correspondence. The Engineer as a Designer
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Correspondence. The Engineer as a Designer

SIR,- Mr. Faber raises a question which requires ventilation and, even more than that, action. The trend to-day is for the architect to become the employer of engineers, with the result that the latter are inclined to suffer. Each of them, whether engineer or architect, follows a profession which requires no adulation on my part, but why should either profession become the servant of the other? Rather, they should work together in harmony. I heartily agree with all that Dr. Faber says in his article.