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Gold Medal Address. The Nature of Structural Engineering

Among the letters I received congratulating me on being awarded the IStructE’s Gold Medal was one from Duncan Michael. Musing on what it signified, he commented that the award did not mark the end of a career but rather a stage within it. He supposed it was a type of school report, providing a point to review where you have got - with the added responsibility of keeping your medal clean and bright. Professor E. Happold