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Discussion on The Making of a Structural Engineer - Education, Training, and Professional Development by J.S. Armitage, J.H. Armstrong, R. Bishop, D.M. Brohn and M.H. Dawes

Introduction: Mr Armitage The structural engineer practices his art in a continually changing world. In recent years, the pace of change has quickened dramatically with the emergence of new techniques and with increased awareness of the contribution the engineer can make to the protection and improvement of the environment and to the economic use of resources.