The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 51 (1973) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Consulting Engineer in France
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The Consulting Engineer in France

The training methods used in France for consulting engineers, the scope of their professional activities and the relations that they maintain with their clients, associated professions and the State are described. The profession of consulting engineer within the general framework of engineering (ingénierie), is defined and his training is described. The organization of his office (i.e. insurance, and his relations with architects and others and with the State) is discussed. Joseph Bory

Author(s): Bory, Joseph

Keywords: engineers;france;training;engineering;insurance;construction industry;1970s