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Cost versus Value - The role of the Consulting Structural Engineer

2012 President John Nolan brings a very special combination of career experiences to his year in office. A Chartered engineer who has worked as a labourer, contractor’s engineer, consulting engineer, business owner, property developer and client, John is extremely well placed to challenge consulting engineers on the conundrums of ‘Cost versus Value’.

Author(s): J. Nolan (Nolan Associates)

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