Viewpoint: Understanding the value of engineers

Author: David Blockley

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1 May 2020

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Viewpoint: Understanding the value of engineers

The Structural Engineer
Viewpoint: Understanding the value of engineers
Date published

1 May 2020

Author

David Blockley

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David Blockley

David Blockley calls on young engineers to take to their keyboards and spread the message that engineering is a creative, people profession that improves the human condition.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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