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Synthetic thinking between engineers, architects and designers
The profession of civil engineering and its offspring - structural engineering - has its roots in the discipline and hierarchical nature of imperial armies acting on behalf of certain western countries. Here were born the tenets of economy and efficiency.

I. Ritchie

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