The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 17 > The Role of Incorporated Engineers
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The Role of Incorporated Engineers

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