The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 86 (2008) > Issues > Issue 14 > Construction methods and techniques - David Rolton
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Construction methods and techniques - David Rolton

The knowledge of construction methods, and the technology of the temporary works materials and products, that are integral to them, have been, and remain an essential part of the structural engineer's capability to deliver skills effectively. 100 years ago mechanisation was embracing the world of the motor vehicle, and the transport and material handling industry was in its early stages.