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Unification of the Engineering Profession: the Myths and Realities

The Stage 2 Policy Group of the Council of Presidents’ Steering Group has put forward its proposals (see The Structurcd Engineer 6 December 1994). These follow the First Report Engineering into the millennium, published in September 1993. S.B. Tietz

Author(s): Tietz, S B

Keywords: engineering;unification steering group;professional associations;engineering council;changing