The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 61 (1983) > Issues > Issue 10 > Design and the Profession
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Design and the Profession

Design is deciding what you are going to make before you make it; and, as society’s needs have grown and new knowledge become available, the structural engineering designer has become more important. Yet many of the problems that we, as engineers, find difficult to solve today will become easy to solve tomorrow. So we will have new problems and should not only adjust to change but attempt to lead it. Professor Edmund Happold