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The Engineering Institutions Joint Council plans for the future

Members will know that the President, with Mr. F. R. Bullen and the Secretary, are the Institution’s representatives on the Engineering Institutions Joint Council. Mr. Bullen, as Chairman of the Joint Council’s General Purposes and Finance Committee, has taken a leading part in its affairs since the formation of the EIJC in 1962. Sir KENNETH HAGUE

Author(s): Hague, Sir Kenneth

Keywords: professional associations;engineering;gbr;planning