Profile: Mike Cook

Author: Jackie Whitelaw

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1 August 2020

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Profile: Mike Cook

The Structural Engineer
Profile: Mike Cook
Date published

1 August 2020

Author

Jackie Whitelaw

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Free

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Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Engineers must resist pressure to build environmentally unsustainable schemes if we want to be judged well by future generations, says 2020 Gold Medal winner and former Institution Vice-President, Mike Cook.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Sustainability & Environment Climate change Career Profiles Opinion Issue 8

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