1 August 2018
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Hanif Kara is a world-class structural engineer who is more appreciated by those outside his profession than those within it; or that, at least, is how he feels. Jackie Whitelaw talks to a man who wonders if he is too different to be embraced by the establishment.
Owen Brooker finds this to be a useful book for anyone wanting to produce preliminary structural sizes, although its value to UK professionals is reduced by a focus on the USA.
The President reports on her first six months in office, highlighting three principal themes: engagement with UN Sustainable Development Goals, the importance of sharing knowledge within our professional communities (at Regional Group level), and the various forms that 'leadership' can take within the profession.