Employment of civil engineers is projected to grow 11 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. As current U.S. infrastructure experiences growing obsolescence, civil engineers will be needed to manage projects to rebuild, repair, and upgrade bridges, roads, levees, dams, airports, buildings, and other structures. A growing population likely means […]
Before making a mix design for shotcrete or sprayed concrete, it is needed to get sufficient information from the clients. Adequate support information will be resulted in technically and economically effect for the work. A proper mix design assure a successful trial and thus, successful application on site. Hereafter is a list of 9 questions […]
An engineering manager is an engineer whose job requires him or her to apply the principles of engineering to the practices and practicalities of business. Ideally suited for a person who is skilled and knowledgeable in the technical, mechanical and technological aspects of engineering but who possesses the planning abilities and people management skills of […]
The construction and engineering needs a lot of calculations and shapes knowledge (Useful Engineering Information and Formulas). Every single area has its shape, volume, dimensions that someone needs to calculate, to plan and to construct at the end.
We all know that fall hazards are the leading cause of construction worker deaths, accounting for about 40% of all fatalities in construction each year. Of the 359 construction worker fatalities attributed to falls in 2014, about 16% were from scaffolds. OSHA estimates that about 65% of all construction workers perform some work on scaffolds […]
List of Civil Engineering Entrance Exams Civil Engineering is one of the highly demanded courses in engineering. There exist hundred of Universities as well as Colleges in India offering engineering courses in civil Engineering. The selection of candidates in to these institutions is done through certain common admission tests. Those who can score well in […]