People and Papers Awards 2019

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1 July 2019

First published: 1 July 2019

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People and Papers Awards 2019


The Structural Engineer
People and Papers Awards 2019
Date published

1 July 2019

Author

Various

Price

Free

First published

1 July 2019

Access Resource
Author

Various

The Institution’s People and Papers Awards 2019 were presented at a ceremony held at BMA House in London on Wednesday 12 June.

The Awards recognise outstanding contributions to structural engineering and to the Institution’s work, through innovative educational initiatives, papers published in The Structural Engineer and Structures, lectures, regional group activity and much more. They cover the whole range of Institution life, from outstanding young professionals to those recognised for a lifetime of achievement and service. 

The winning papers published in The Structural Engineer and Structures will be available free of charge until 30 September.

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PDF
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2
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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