The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 21 > Response to New Futures for the Structural Engineer by Dr. David Brohn
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Response to New Futures for the Structural Engineer by Dr. David Brohn

Much of what Dr. Brohn had to say I support. However, I feel that, while he may see the future of structural engineering in broader and more useful terms than it appeared to be 10 years ago, I feel that we should not ignore a number of warning signs. Brian Clancy