civil engineer

  1. an engineer trained to design and construct and maintain public works (roads or bridges or harbors etc.)
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How To Use civil engineer In A Sentence

  • She also advised them to avoid characters who worked in town planning, civil engineering or dentistry. Times, Sunday Times
  • After his graduation he returned and obtained the degree of civil engineering.
  • Or for a civil engineering student not to appreciate the environmental implications of large-scale works such as the channel tunnel.
  • Indeed, one civil engineer writing to the Irish Times this week expressed astonishment at the figure.
  • While the Environmental Protection Agency has established maximum contamination levels for community water systems, an analysis by the American Society of Civil Engineers, or ASCE, states that there is currently an $11 billion-a-year shortfall in the funding necessary to "replace aging facilities that are near the end of their useful life and to comply with existing and future federal water regulations. Scott Lilly: 'Nonsecurity' Spending Cuts Could Be Hazardous to Your Health
  • While residential activity remained the fastest growing area of construction output, there was also a sharp upturn in commercial and civil engineering activity growth during the month. Times, Sunday Times
  • A friend in Britain, who is a civil engineer, had given me a drawing showing an inexpensive method of underpinning the foundations.
  • He then returned to New Zealand and his peacetime job as a civil engineer and land surveyor. Times, Sunday Times
  • Construction Plus is a series of community-focused web portals initially targeting architects, civil engineers and construction contractors.
  • A civil engineer professor in the United States, Blood Amati, launched the group in 2000.
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