Profile: Laura Legnani

Author: J. Whitelaw

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1 June 2019

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Profile: Laura Legnani

The Structural Engineer
Profile: Laura Legnani
Date published

1 June 2019

Author

J. Whitelaw

Price

Free

Access Resource
Author

J. Whitelaw

Laura Legnani was told at the start of her career not to worry about what she didn’t know, but to go and find out. From an airport roof, to tidal stream power, to residential towers, it is advice that has underpinned her approach to her work, she tells Jackie Whitelaw.

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PDF
Pages:
3
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Career Profiles Opinion Issue 6

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