The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 39 (1961) > Issues > Issue 4 > Structural Engineering in Nigeria
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Structural Engineering in Nigeria

The paper deals with the general geographical and economic characteristics of Nigeria and proceeds to show how the profession of structural engineering is represented in that country. The work of the engineer in the office and in the field is then described and some of the commoner engineering problems encountered in Nigeria are illustrated. The paper concludes with a brief reference to the future of the country and the role of the engineer in its development. A. Brimer

Author(s): Brimer, A

Keywords: nigeria;structural engineering