How can structural engineers contribute towards disaster mitigation?

Author: J. Macabuag, EPICentre, University College London

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1 June 2013

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How can structural engineers contribute towards disaster mitigation?

How can structural engineers contribute towards disaster mitigation?
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Author

J. Macabuag, EPICentre, University College London

Date published

1 June 2013

Author

J. Macabuag, EPICentre, University College London

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

In his Kenneth Severn 2013 Award-winning paper, Joshua Macabuag advocates the adoption of a systems approach to the delivery of resilient buildings and infrastructure.

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PDF
Pages:
5
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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