The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 24 > Open Discussion on Rising to the Management Challenge
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Open Discussion on Rising to the Management Challenge

In the early part of this century, when the Institution was founded and later incorporated, the design and construction of buildings was carried out in circumstances very different to those that prevail today. Labour was plentiful, capital was relatively cheap, and materials were relatively expensive. As a profession, our preoccupation then was to develop and produce designs using the minimum amount of material and leaving management to others. This objective is today of relatively less importance, although it does still remain a preoccupation with many structural engineers. J.B. Creer and Ron Marsh