The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 21 > The Role of the Structural Engineer in Maintaining the Built Environment
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The Role of the Structural Engineer in Maintaining the Built Environment

Of all the inanimate objects that man possesses is there anything which he uses or depends on more than the buildings in which he lives, works, recreates himself or worships? A building is either new or it is not; if it is of any age then it is not new and anyone having an interest in that building will want to know if it has been altered; if it is used for its original purpose or is not; if it has been properly maintained or it has not, and so on! Brian Clancy

Author(s): Clancy, Brian

Keywords: structural engineers;roles;maintaining;buildings