The challenges of running a small practice

Author: Lindsay Rutter MIStructE

Date published

27 July 2018

Price
Free
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The challenges of running a small practice

Case Study
Date published

27 July 2018

Author

Lindsay Rutter MIStructE

Price

Free

Author

Lindsay Rutter MIStructE

How to build a successful small structural engineering practice - from staffing to financial issues.

Practical business advice for structural engineers from a highly experienced small engineering practice, covering:

  • Finding work
  • Building contacts
  • Staff and staffing levels
  • Finance
  • Premises
  • Archiving
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance
  • Dealing with a recession

 

Speaker

Lindsay established Rutter Johnson in November 1982. This small engineering consultancy practice is now in its 35th continuous trading year.

Although a non-specialist consultancy, it is actively involved in residential, commercial, industrial and healthcare sectors, and has many years’ experience dealing with historic listed buildings.

This video is from our 2018 Small Practitioners Conference. The Conference was sponsored by Synergy.

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:34:53
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Small practice Start up Case Study Video Small Practitioners Panel

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