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The Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE)

The Institution of Structural Engineers is the world’s leading professional body for structural engineering. Founded in 1908, the Institution now has more than 22,000 members in 109 countries. Its aim is to promote excellence in structural engineering, and its members are recognised as leaders for their technical and professional expertise.

The Institution of Structural Engineers has a dual role and twin aims; those of a learned society and as a qualifying body for the profession. Its aims are 'to promote the science and art of structural engineering and the achievement of excellence in construction, and to further the education and competence of its members.


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