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Interview. Constructing the Team - Sir Michael Confident of Success

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Interview. Constructing the Team - Sir Michael Confident of Success
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Sir Michael Latham, author of the joint government and industry report ‘Constructing the Team’ believes that participation of professional people such as structural engineers is absolutely crucial to the success of his plan for creating a modern and competitive industry.

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