Civil Engineering

Civil engineering covers a broad field. Because of this, most civil engineers focus on specialties. While all civil engineers must take common classes, the field covers so many things that it would be almost impossible to thoroughly study all of it. Structural engineers design buildings, bridges and other structures. Transportation engineers design roads and transportation systems. They have an in-depth knowledge of asphalt, concrete and are able to understand traffic and growth patterns in a city. Water and waste-water engineers have a thorough understanding of how water works. They study pumps, waste-water treatment processes, drainage, erosion and laws regarding pollution and hazardous materials spills. Environmental engineers learn how to minimize the impact of mankind on the earth. While there is much overlap in many of these engineering specialties, college students often decide which specialty is most appealing and take civil engineering courses that help them learn about the concentration that they enjoy most.


Best Practice in Sewage and Effluent Treatment Technologies
With limited funds available to the owners we believe this workshop will help you to install an effective system. You will learn numerous tips and tricks throughout the workshop to make it very practical and relevant to your applications.

Designing, Specifying and Constructing with Modern Concrete
This course deals with concrete, it’s manufacturing, designing and maintaining. It includes the details about ingredients, its quality, quantity and effect on the final product of concrete. Concrete designing, its specifications, standards, codes are the parts of this course and the concrete mix design is discussed in detail.

Hazardous Waste Management and Pollution Prevention
This workshop is designed for engineers and technicians from a wide range of abilities and backgrounds and will provide an excellent introduction to mastering the management of hazardous waste materials as well as preventing contamination of the environment.

Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers
Construction is the largest industry in the world and anything constructed needs to be designed first. Structural Engineering deals with the analysis and design; the basic purpose of which is to ensure a safe, functional and economical structure.

Transportation Planning and Management
Covers Transportation Planning, Traffic Controls, Traffic Safety, Traffic Management, Parking, Transportation Management Under Special Circumstances, Transportation Economics, Other Modes of Transportation, Mass Transportation Systems, plus more…