The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 39 (1961) > Issues > Issue 10 > Professional Practice and Drawing Office Procedure
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Professional Practice and Drawing Office Procedure

This paper reviews the economic and procedural effects on Structural practice of developments in present day circumstance. These have introduced a wide choice of structural forms accompanied by codified design rules and the mechanisation of construction techniques. L. R. Creasy

Author(s): Creasy, L R

Keywords: economics;costs;construction work;responsibilities;structural engineers;draughtsmen;drawings