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The Structural Engineer
Amateurs or Professionals? Report of a Discussion on Overseas Work and the Chartered Structural Engi
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Under the Chairmanship of the President the meeting was opened by Mr. D.R.R, Dick (Hon. Secretary) and Mr. R.L. Creasy (Vice-president). This discussion took place against the background of the note that appeared in The Structural Engineer in January 1969 on p. 13.

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