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Kenneth Severn Award 2016

The Institution of Structural Engineers' Kenneth Severn Award is an annual essay competition for young engineers under the age of 28 in which the question is set by the President. In this essay, 2016 winner Robert Jackson sets out a checklist of eight items that structural engineers should consider in order to embed sustainability into their designs.

Author(s): R. Jackson (Fast + Epp)