Defining and shaping a ‘new norm’ to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world

Author: Martin Powell

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31 March 2021

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Defining and shaping a ‘new norm’ to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world

The Structural Engineer
Defining and shaping a ‘new norm’ to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world
Date published

31 March 2021

Author

Martin Powell

Price

Standard: £9
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

Martin Powell

Chief Executive Martin Powell sets outs plans for 'Structured for Success' – a suite of reforms and initiatives to support the Institution as it continues to develop in the years ahead.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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