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The Structural Engineer Today

The Structural Engineer Today
The Structural Engineer
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This North Thames Branch issue of The Structural Engineer profiles the structural engineer today. We felt a need to show the wide range of work which structural engineers carry out and to reflect the daily activities of our profession.

K.P. Osborne

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