- Volume 14 Issue 5
This paper deals with the early history of the British civil engineers as a group in terms of where they originated from, how they emerged as a profession in the British society during the First Industrial Revolution, and when they began to be educated at the formal higher education institution. Eventually this paper intends to seek for something like a British style of civil engineering.
Civil Engineering;Apprenticeship;John Smeaton;Thomas Telford;Society of Civil Engineers;Institute of Civil Engineers
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