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Advances in technology have disrupted the structural engineering industry

The structural engineering industry is facing a high-tech revolution. Advances in BIM software have led to the design of more complex structures. Tasks that traditionally require engineers’ time and skills are becoming more automated through the use of technology. Projects that used to take days of painstaking work are now completed within seconds, resulting in more accurate, better optimized designs. Engineers are left to wonder how technology will shape their roles and how they can adapt to stay relevant.

What does this mean for the future of structural engineering?

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The future of structural engineering

Find out how the technology revolution is disrupting the structural engineering industry and what it means for the future

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