Civil Engineering

Interested in building things or learning about how things are built? You’re in the right place. Civil Engineering is a broad topic within engineering that includes the design, construction and maintenance of buildings and man-made structures, whether that be bridges, roads, skyscrapers or your neighbor’s new addition to their house. Civil Engineers are found in the public and private sector - recent developments include energy-efficient and greener buildings. They can also be found working on windmills and other alternative energy generators. Whether you want to learn how the empire state building was made, learn what a Civil Engineer does during a work day, or how surveying works find articles, guides and basic information from Engineers around the world. Also be sure to check out the media gallery, get the latest news from the blog and ask questions in the forum. The first step is joining the Bright Hub Community!

Top 10 Civil Engineering Colleges

Top 10 Civil Engineering Colleges

Civil Engineering may not get as much attention as other STEM disciplines but it’s an important area of study if you want to work on the design, construction and maintenance of civil projects like roadways, bridges and buildings. Learn about the best colleges for a civil engineering degree.
Engineering Guide to Concrete: Best Practices

Engineering Guide to Concrete: Best Practices

Concrete is a basic building block of our everyday world. It’s used in almost every type of structure that we build today. This engineering guide to concrete will give you a variety of information about concrete, including some best practices for various situations.

Guide to Architecture in Civil Engineering

Civil engineers and architects complement each other’s’ work. An architect takes care of the design and shape of a building whereas a civil engineer takes care of the technical nitty-gritty like the strength of the building. Architecture is art; civil engineering is more about physics
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