Civil engineers create, improve and protect the environment in which we live. They plan, design and oversee the construction and maintenance of building structures and infrastructure, such as roads, railways, airports, bridges, harbors, dams, irrigation projects, power plants, and water and sewerage systems. They also design and build tall buildings and large structures that can withstand all weather conditions.
Generally, civil engineers fall into two types:
consulting engineers and contracting engineers. Consultants are responsible for the design work of projects and work predominantly in an office. Contractors then take the designs and implement them during construction. Contractors work on site, managing the construction of the structure.
A structural specialist is expected to lessen the development cost as would be prudent.
To give adequate well-being estimations.
To complete plans of establishment, pillars, segments, load count, section, rooftop, support and so forth as indicated by which the development will be finished.
To choose a contractual worker to finish the work.
Supervision of development work.
To give quake resistance.
To keep up the nature of work.