How can we create an engineering industry while building nothing?

Author: James Norman, Tim Ibell and Oliver Broadbent

Date published

1 July 2020

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How can we create an engineering industry while building nothing?

The Structural Engineer
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James Norman, Tim Ibell and Oliver Broadbent

Date published

1 July 2020

Author

James Norman, Tim Ibell and Oliver Broadbent

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James Norman, Tim Ibell and Oliver Broadbent examine the challenges engineers will face in persuading clients to repurpose existing buildings in place of building new ones.

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PDF
Pages:
1
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Refurbishment Retrofit Leadership Issue 7

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