Author: J. Whitelaw
1 August 2016
First published: 1 August 2016
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This month's letters return to the Ronan Point failure; continue the discussion on the public perception of structural engineering; consider how the profession has changed over time; and look back at the introduction of professional indemnity cover and computers.
This comprehensive guide to prestressed concrete design is aimed at students and recent graduates, but will also be of use to more experienced practising engineers in Australia, concludes David Morris.
Sarah Williamson came to structural engineering a few years later than most, but since starting her career she has forged her way to being one of the key minds responsible for delivery of the multibillion-pound main civils work contract at Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant. Jackie Whitelaw went to meet her.