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The History of the Institution of Structural Engineers
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THE INSTITUTION of Structural Engineers began as the Concrete Institute, a body founded in 1908 to bring together for discussion and common action persons interested in the study and dcvelopment of concrete, particularly reinforced concrete, at a time when that material was receiving scant attention from the older professional institutions. S.B. Hamilton

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