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English Heritage

English Heritage chairman Sir Neil Cossons, this week urged structural engineers to boost their visibility and encourage the best young people to choose careers in engineering. 'As a nation we need to celebrate the work of engineers as something that is equally valid as the arts, ' he said as he presented the IStructE's biennial Maitland lecture. 'The focus on tomorrow is the contribution that engineers make.'

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