The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 3 > Professional Conditions of Engagement, with Particular Reference to the BPF/ACE Conditions
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Professional Conditions of Engagement, with Particular Reference to the BPF/ACE Conditions

In 1972 the major engineering institutions decided to renounce any involvement in the commercial aspects of professional practice, to devote themselves to their learned-society functions. Since that time the Association of Consulting Engineers, which draws its members from those institutions, has defined the conditions of engagement that generally form the basis of professional appointments in consultancy practice. Peter Campbell