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Presidential Address. Structural Engineers - Some of their Wider Responsibilities

The task of a new President, I believe, is to attempt to shed some light on what it means to be a structural engineer-to the individual, to the profession, and to society at large. This, for me, is a daunting task, which I embarked on by rereading the last 10 Presidential Addresses to review what my distinguished colleagues had highlighted in their turn; an endeavour that was both illuminating and worthwhile. Peter Campbell