The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 96 (2018) > Issue 9 > Kenneth Severn Award 2018: What will structural engineering practice look like in 10–15 years’ time
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Kenneth Severn Award 2018: What will structural engineering practice look like in 10–15 years’ time and how can our professional community help us prepare for this?

The Kenneth Severn Award is an annual essay competition for young engineers, with the question set by the President. Here, winner Radu Trancau looks forward to a bright future and considers what steps structural engineers must take to get there.

Author(s): R.-V. Trancau (CCL (GB) Ltd)