The Structural Engineer gets a fresh new look
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10 October 2019

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The Structural Engineer gets a fresh new look

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10 October 2019

The Institution’s highly regarded technical magazine has been refreshed this October, bringing it into line with the new brand and giving it an appealing fresh new feel.

The rebrand includes a new masthead, new colours, a new-look cover and subtly updated page layouts. 

Editor, Robin Jones, said:

“The content is largely unchanged, but we’ve brought technical and professional guidance articles forward, reflecting the value readers place on them, and we’re also looking to feature reader comments from social media in addition to our traditional ‘letters’ to Verulam.

“’Evolution not revolution’ has been our approach so, while we hope you’ll agree that the magazine looks fresh and modern, it should still be recognisable as The Structural Engineer.”

Read the latest issue now.

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IStructE

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