Profile: Richard Nicholl

Author: Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 May 2020

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Profile: Richard Nicholl

The Structural Engineer
Profile: Richard Nicholl
Date published

1 May 2020

Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Price

Free

Access Resource
Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Richard Nicholl has exchanged his company saloon and brogues for a 4x4 and walking boots as the National Trust’s first full-time structural engineer.

At a time when city dwellers are crying out for a sight of nature in the Covid-19 shutdown, his job will involve helping the Trust roll out its plans for new urban green space.

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PDF
Pages:
3
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Career Profiles Opinion Issue 5

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