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- From: "mark" <mark(--nospam--at)crownjade.com>
- Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2010 13:07:26 -0600
Hello group. You seem to be a dynamic, up-to-date collection of practicing engineers. I am a practicing engineer finishing up my Master of Science, Structural at Colorado State University. My Engineering Report/thesis is on the role of structural engineers in green/sustainable design and how do we get trained for this. My main reason for this email is to ask for resources any of you may be familiar with regarding how you learned about sustainable and green design. I am a prodigious reader and cite many sources. To this point I have 38 items in my bibliography. I have gathered a lot of articles and online discussions/presentations about the role of structural engineers in sustainability, but not much on how to gain knowledge and education. Thanks in advance for your help.
Thank you, Mark Benjamin, P.E.
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