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Educating Engineers: Meeting the Sustainability Challenge

Since the 1950s/1960s, the education and training of civil/structural (c/s) engineers has undergone dramatic changes. It has been largely an evolutionary process, mostly in the best possible way, but reactive rather than proactive with the attention and quality of training varying from one office to another. Professor Ramnath Swamy

Author(s): Swamy, R

Keywords: education;sustainability;construction work;finance;project management;information technology;design;consulting engineers;contractors;qualifications;training;construction industry;pollution;environment;infrastructure;manufacturing;climate;durability