Author: G. Clifton (Accredited Conservation Engineer, and Consultant to Ramboll)
1 May 2015
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G. Clifton (Accredited Conservation Engineer, and Consultant to Ramboll)
The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 5, 2015, Page(s) 6
As we mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day, Allan Mann reviews the key structural engineering developments of the war (and interwar) years - from airship hangars to the Mulberry harbours - and explores their impact on the profession as we know it today.
James Miller, a Conservation Accredited Engineer, introduces a new series on conservation engineering by exploring the philosophy and history of the modern conservation movement, from its roots in the works of John Ruskin to the present day.
Letters this month include discussion on the CDM 2015 regulations, and whether we need more engineers, more female engineers or more good engineers.