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The 18th century and growing concern[ edit ] The first Tay Bridge collapsed in At least sixty were killed. As engineering rose as a distinct profession during the 19th century, engineers saw themselves as either independent professional practitioners or technical employees of large enterprises. There was considerable tension between the two sides as large industrial employers fought to maintain control of their employees. When the 19th century drew to a close and the 20th century began, there had been series of significant structural failures , including some spectacular bridge failures , notably the Ashtabula River Railroad Disaster , Tay Bridge Disaster , and the Quebec Bridge collapse These had a profound effect on engineers and forced the profession to confront shortcomings in technical and construction practice, as well as ethical standards.