Structural engineers are helping to address some of society’s biggest challenges – responding to natural disasters and the climate emergency. Helping to rebuild, and learning lessons from building failures are just two of the ways structural engineers help when disaster strikes.

And by reducing the carbon used in the construction industry, structural engineers are helping to secure a better future for generations to come.

The Structural Awards 2023

Five things that I hope to see in this year’s entries - Professor John Orr, Chair of the Structural Awards judging panel.
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Learning from natural disasters

An EEFIT team is carrying out technical evaluations into the performance of buildings after the devastating earthquake in southern Turkey, where more than 50,000 lost their lives.

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Steel Connections

Reusing structural steel: what's in the new IStructE guide?

Robin Jones previews the guidance on reuse of structural steelwork that forms part of the Institution’s forthcoming publication, Circular economy and reuse: guidance for designers.

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Climate emergency e-conference 2022: people and planet

Hear how leading engineers are working to tackle the climate and biodiversity emergency. 

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Tom Newby MIStructE

Tom Newby MIStructE talks about his experiences in the humanitarian and international development sector. Tom is the former Chair of the Institution's Humanitarian and International Development Panel

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Tackling the climate emergency through daily project work

Engineers discuss their experiences of implementing changes and set out their future action plans for tackling the climate emergency.

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