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The Role of Incorporated Engineers

The Structural Engineer
The Role of Incorporated Engineers
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The role of Incorporated Engineers within our Institution appears, on the face, to be quite varied. The job status of an Incorporated Engineer varies tremendously, from draughtsman to company director: consequently, the scope of progression and expertise is completely down to the individual. The Institution’s own definition of the key roles of an Incorporated Engineer reads as follows:
Project brief. The general philosophy of the brief; the assembly of relevant information, conditions and technical literature.

D.M. Goodey

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