Author: J. Whitelaw
1 October 2018
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This month's letters reflect on the Genoa bridge collapse and ask how many other pieces of infrastructure may be unsafe; consider the subsidence problems that may arise from a hot summer; discuss the importance of retaining old building records; and call for better promotion of the industry and careers in engineering through the media.
Simon Pole finds this book to be an easy read on what is a heavy subject. It contains helpful guidance for any engineers considering taking on the role of party wall surveyor.
Young structural engineers want variety, flexibility, recognition and challenge in their early careers. But above all they are eager to become chartered, as Jackie Whitelaw found out when she spoke to three members of the Institution’s Young Members’ Panel.