The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 55 (1977) > Issues > Issue 9 > The Role of the Engineer in the Directorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings
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The Role of the Engineer in the Directorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings

Members of the Institution are employed on many varied tasks. In this paper first presented to the Study Group on the history of structural engineering, which meets under the Chairmanship of James Sutherland, I describe the work of a small group of engineers employed in a multi-disciplinary team within DAMHB which forms part of the Department of the Environment. R.L. Mills

Author(s): Mills, R L

Keywords: roles;engineers;historic buildings;directorate of ancient monuments and historic buildings;case studies