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The Institution's Evidence to the Finniston Committee

Members will be familiar with the current activities of the Committee of Inquiry in to the Engineering Profession set up in July 1977 by the Secretary of State for Industry. The terms of reference on the Committee appeared in The Structural Engineer August 1977 (page 329) and brief details of its Chairman, Sir Monty Finniston and the 17 other members appointed by the Government were published in the March l978 issue (page 68).