The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 78 (2000) > Issues > Issue 3 > Computer Toolkit for Small Consultancies
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Computer Toolkit for Small Consultancies

The project reported in this paper started with the desire to identify a low-cost computer-based ‘toolkit’ that would assist small consultants in their day-to-day work. The title refers to ‘numerically challenged’ consultants who operate either as sole engineers or, at most, with one or two assistants. John Seifert, Peter Gardner and John Gay

Author(s): Seifert, John;Gardner, Peter;Gay, John

Keywords: computers;software;design;analysis;selecting;companies