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We have a wide range of materials and information to help those invovled in teaching structural engineering at all levels.

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The Institution’s Library is one of the UK’s finest specialist collections of printed structural engineering literature. 



The resilience of the built environment encompasses designing for stress accumulation on a system and the preparation and response to extreme events, such as climate change, human disasters, natural hazards, resource loss, terrorism, IT and cyber integrity, and crime.

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Safety of society

Structural engineers are of critical importance in managing the risk to society throughout the lifecycle of the structure.

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Digital engineering

The influence of the digital world is increasing its impact on those involved with the built environment, whilst our capability to exploit data to inform designs and push the boundaries of what is possible is at the heart of structural engineering. It has never been more important for structural engineers to be competent in the use of digital tools and demonstrate an awareness of the potential risks and opportunities digital systems can bring.

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Climate change

Climate change is the biggest threat to our planet. Structural engineers have a responsibility to demonstrate leadership and influence change within the built environment.


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Exam preparation
Chartered Membership exam -  past paper January 2018

Chartered Membership exam - past paper January 2018

Including questions on a covered market, a science park development and a canal bridge over a shipping channel.

Date - 1 January 2018
Price - Free
Case Study
3d printed complex form

Exploring the structural potential of concrete in 3D printing

Pai Lin Li Travel Award Lecture by Victoria Richardson.

Date - 21 February 2019
Price - Free
Investigating the structure of trabecular bone

Investigating the structure of trabecular bone

A poster from a project funded by the Institution's 2016/17 MSc Research Grants

Date - 1 June 2017
Price - Free