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The Structural Engineer and his Vocational Training

STRUCTURAL engineering is a term or title often incorrectly interpreted. There was a tendency at one time to use it in particular reference to static structures in steel and reinforced concrete, because, with the growth of these forms of construction, specialisation of production and of professional services in connection therewith, became distinctive, particularly in relation to building. F.E. Drury