President's Inaugural Address: Working together for a creative and collaborative future

Author: F. Wainwright MBE

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1 February 2018

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President's Inaugural Address: Working together for a creative and collaborative future

The Structural Engineer
President's Inaugural Address: Working together for a creative and collaborative future
Date published

1 February 2018

Author

F. Wainwright MBE

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Members/Subscribers: Free

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F. Wainwright MBE

I am truly honoured and delighted to be taking up the role of President of an institution established by those with the vision and leadership to create an inspiring, engaging and relevant home for structural engineers,
110 years ago.


Today, the Institution’s purpose, in light of the complex challenges before us, is as vital as ever to the future of our profession; as we structural engineers work to develop built environments that better the lives of others
around the world.


I look to my presidency as an opportunity to work with all of you to shape a successful future, where we – and those joining our profession in years to come – will have a breadth of outlook, a depth of expertise and will exercise leadership to take our profession forward, enabling structural engineers everywhere to be the best they can be.

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