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By Joseph Brady. What Does a Civil Engineer Do?. Conduct different projects to improve and maintain roads, pipelines, dams, airports, bridges and other things. Types of Civil Engineers. Construction Engineer Geotechnical Engineer Structural Engineer Transportation Engineer

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    1. By Joseph Brady

    2. What Does a Civil Engineer Do? • Conduct different projects to improve and maintain roads, pipelines, dams, airports, bridges and other things

    3. Types of Civil Engineers • Construction Engineer • Geotechnical Engineer • Structural Engineer • Transportation Engineer • Hydraulic Engineer • Environmental Engineer

    4. Construction Engineer • Design • Highways • Dams • Airports • Buildings • Bridges • Railroads

    5. Geotechnical Engineer • Specialize in manipulation of earth materials • How earth materials will interact with manmade structures • Design structures’ durability during earthquakes, tornados, and other natural disasters • Build: Dikes, tunnels, dams, reservoirs, channels, and canals

    6. Structural Engineer • Anticipate Structure dangers • Build floors, beams, and columns • Differs from architecture

    7. Transportation Engineer • Specialize in aerospace, air transportation, highway, railroads, and urban transportation designs • Design traffic lights and map operation of highways • Analyze high traffic areas

    8. Hydraulic Engineer • Specialize in water systems, such as pipelines, dams, reservoirs , drainage • Deals with collection, storage, transport, and regulation of water.

    9. Environmental Engineer • Study environmental issues such as acid rain, global warming, ozone depletion, and water/air pollution • Specialize in recycling, radiation protection, industrial hygiene, and other public health issues

    10. Workplace • Most work at least 40 hours a week • Usually work at construction sites where there is lots of manufacturing and business • Manager Projects, work on design, construction, and teaching

    11. What Are The Required Educational Skills? • Requires good mathematics, design, and science skills • It’s a 4 year degree to receive a bachelor’s • Certification by ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology)

    12. Mathematic Skills Used

    13. Salary

    14. Works Cited • Wikipedia.org • E.how.org • Wikihow.org • Degreedirectory.org