Call for contributions: 'everyday' engineering
Date published

16 August 2021

Call for contributions: 'everyday' engineering

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Date published

16 August 2021

Would you like to see your mainstream project featured in The Structural Engineer?

Reading about unusual and eye-catching projects is fascinating, but we’re keen to expand the coverage of mainstream, domestic and smaller projects in The Structural Engineer, so that readers can benefit further in their day-to day-work from the experience of others.

We'd like to hear from you if you’ve recently:
  • completed a mainstream project – whether a loft conversion, extension, refurbishment or other relatively conventional project – that could serve as an example to our readers
  • or devised a clever way of doing something, a novel detail or overcome a tricky challenge.
If you'd like to share you work, submit a short description (150 words) for consideration explaining what about your project would be interesting to our readers. For selected projects, we’ll arrange an interview and write-up for the magazine.
 

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