Book review: Towards a new engineering: Reflections of a practitioner

Author: Robert Reitherman

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2 September 2019

First published: 2 September 2019

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Book review: Towards a new engineering: Reflections of a practitioner


The Structural Engineer
Book review: Towards a new engineering: Reflections of a practitioner
Date published

2 September 2019

Author

Robert Reitherman

Price

Free

First published

2 September 2019

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Robert Reitherman

Robert Reitherman is impressed by this forward-looking book which offers a future vision of creative engineers engaged in ‘structural architecture’.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Opinion Issue 9

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