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
How can we create an engineering industry while building nothing?
Date published

1 July 2020

Author

James Norman, Tim Ibell and Oliver Broadbent

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Free

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James Norman, Tim Ibell and Oliver Broadbent

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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1
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Refurbishment Retrofit Issue 7

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