Author: A. Law, R. Hadden and L. Bisby (all University of Edinburgh); P. Fast and R. Jackson (both Fast & Epp)
2nd January 2019
First published: 2nd January 2019
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A. Law, R. Hadden and L. Bisby (all University of Edinburgh); P. Fast and R. Jackson (both Fast & Epp)
Four Past Presidents of the Institution – Professor John Nolan, Professor Nick Russell, Professor Ian Firth and Professor Tim Ibell – argue that attracting, enthusing, nurturing and launching the next generation of structural engineers should look different to that which we have seen in the past.
This month's letters address the Eurocodes again; consider whether it is preferable to demolish or dismantle unsafe tower blocks; return to the topic of subsidence; discuss the inspection opportunities made possible by photos on Google Maps; and relate an interesting tale about wind speeds.
All the articles from the January 2019 issue.