Editorial: A new year, a new initiative

Author: N. Train

Date published

3 January 2017

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Editorial: A new year, a new initiative

The Structural Engineer
Editorial: A new year, a new initiative
Date published

3 January 2017

Author

N. Train

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Free

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N. Train

It is a pleasure to have been invited to contribute this editorial. Can I wish you all a Happy New Year and encourage you to add a further resolution to your list for 2017 with the launch of the ‘Business Practice Notes’ (BPNs) in The Structural Engineer this month?


This new series is being produced by the Business Practice and Regulatory Control Committee with the objectives of encouraging best practice and highlighting areas of unacceptable practice in the structural engineering profession.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Business Practice Notes Issue 1

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