Author: Elnashai, A S;Broderick, B M;Dowling, P J
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Elnashai, A S;Broderick, B M;Dowling, P J
Some of the issues now facing the professions as a result of the Engineering Council’s recently published ‘Competence and Commitment’ report are reviewed in this commentary commissioned by The Structural Engineer.
It is the Association of Specialist Underpinning Contractors’ (ASUC) objective to introduce quality standards, standards of health and safety, and codes of conduct for the industry. This article is intended as a practical guide to achieving good standards of underpinning and will assist supervising officers and contractors alike. P. Kiss
The super highway We continue Mr R A Beeton’s contribution on this theme, part-published in our column for 21 March 1995. Mr R.A. Beeton - Internet No.: [email protected] co.uk and Compuserve No.100025,1352 - has sent very full comment and advice on the current state of the super highway for engineers. He writes: Access A few observations may help the uninitiated. I am not an expert in this field, but offer these views and experiences with the Internet and Compuserve. Two major global communications systems to which anyone can subscribe offer a myriad of interesting and informative sources of information and discussion. Several groups are related to civil and structural engineering. Verulam