Obituary: Tony Cusens

Author: Professor Muhammed Basheer

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16 November 2020

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Obituary: Tony Cusens

The Structural Engineer
Obituary: Tony Cusens
Date published

16 November 2020

Author

Professor Muhammed Basheer

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Free

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Author

Professor Muhammed Basheer

Professor Tony Cusens was President of The Institution of Structural Engineers in 1991–92.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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