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Minister's Speech. Seizing the Opportunities

From the Hong Kong airport to the Channel Tunnel to the Millennium Dome, the excellence of British structural engineers is clear to see. Innovative in their design, modern in their construction techniques, and uncompromising in their standards, Britain has good reason to be proud of its engineers. Lord Sainsbury