The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 19 > The Joint Structural Division in South Africa
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The Joint Structural Division in South Africa

In the previous issue sponsored by the South African Division, in 1990, Trevor Geach (an ex Vice-president) commented on the changes which had occurred in South Africa since the creation of the Division by a group of enthusiastic members in 1937. At that time, and up to the end of World War 2, it was accepted that the sign of a competent structural engineer was membership of the Institution of Structural Engineers. A.E. Goldstein

Author(s): Goldstein, A E

Keywords: south africa;professional associations;codes of practice;activities