Latest issue features the new face of Canadian engineering schools
The latest issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer is now posted on the magazine's web site.
The latest issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer is now posted on the magazine’s web site.
Features include a study of new engineering faculty buildings at universities across Canada, and a report on what caused the WT7 building to collapse on 9/11.
In the Engineers & the Law column, read about the difficulties of knowing when a professional’s liability ends — in one case condominium owners sued a structural engineer for a second time.
“Clearing the fog around the name,” is the editorial Comment on the ambiguities surround the Consulting Engineer title.
To view articles, visit www.canadianconsultingengineer.com and click on the cover image. All stories are archived as well.
While on site, take part in the current reader poll: Are Canadian universities producing engineering graduates with the right skills for consulting?