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The status of engineers David Doran has written from London E11: In the continuing debate on the status of engineers, one thing occurs to me. Recent times have seen the growth of a number of specialisms (or subdisciplines) which have, my opinion, eroded the central role of the engineer. These include: - quantity surveying, - quality assurance, - value engineering, - risk management, - durabilty auditing, - project management.