Author: Alfrico Adams
16 October 2020
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The Structural Engineer, Volume 98, Issue 10, 2020, Page(s) 2
Ian Firth looks back at the box-girder bridge collapses of 1970 and considers the applicability of the lessons learned to structural engineers today.
This month's letters comment on Mike Cook's Gold Medal Address, matters of ethics, questions of climate change and carbon, and the need for sway frames in domestic opening-up projects, among other topics.
Four thirty-somethings are just over one year into life as the Simple Works structural practice. Jackie Whitelaw talked to two of the founders, Sinead Conneely and Laura Hannigan, about branching out on their own, and shaping the future.