The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 19 > New Futures for the Structural Engineer
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New Futures for the Structural Engineer

When I joined the industry in 1955, I was training to be a civil engineer. At that time, all the courses pointed in that direction and but for the fact that I never seemed to be able to fit in a year on site, I might have joined the ICE. D.M. Brohn