The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 21 > Central Europe: Practice and Prospects for Structural Engineering
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Central Europe: Practice and Prospects for Structural Engineering

The central and eastern European countries, evolving as they are from state-controlled to market economies, represent an opportunity for western European construction industries. Recognising this, the Institution ran a l-day seminar on 9 February 1993 with the aim of exploring the construction markets of central and eastern Europe and how they could be penetrated by UK structural engineering practices.