The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 25 > The Client and Structural Engineers
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The Client and Structural Engineers

The paper deals with the relationship between the client and structural engineers in light of the Government’s policy to eradicate all forms of restrictive practice. The paper goes on to discuss the standard of service being achieved in light of the fee competition between consultants, and contrasts the lay client with the expert client. After mentioning the changes at PSA, which will make the Agency a major consultant in its own right, the paper ends with a discussion of professional liability and litigation. Bryan Jefferson