Design and Planning of Infrastructure Projects

The infrastructure conceptual design should provide a sufficient level of detail so that decision makers may properly evaluate the cost, functionality, and aesthetics of the proposed system. Even for a basic conceptual design, a considerable knowledge of the corridors will be required.

Development of Construction Plans and Specifications

Although plans and certain documents can illustrate what a building should look like visually, an in-depth written explanation is needed to describe the construction process. Simply put, construction specifications are documents prepared ahead of construction to describe how building should be carried out by contractors and subcontractors. As its name implies, they are descriptions that go beyond what photos and videos can explain and require a high-level of detail.

Management of Construction Projects

Construction management is a complicated field that requires extensive knowledge of the construction industry and business management skills. Learn what construction managers do, the phases of construction management, and the role of construction management software.

Analysis and Design of Structures

While structural analysis deals with the calculations and observations of load and stress, structural design decides the dimensions of the structural members by using those structural analysis findings. Once the above has been confirmed, projects can then move into the phase of structural design.

Urban Planning

Modern urban planning emerged as a profession in the early decades of the 20th century, largely as a response to the appalling sanitary, social, and economic conditions of rapidly-growing industrial cities. Initially the disciplines of architecture and civil engineering provided the nucleus of concerned professionals. They were joined by public health specialists, economists, sociologists, lawyers, and geographers, as the complexities of managing cities came to be more fully understood. Contemporary urban and regional planning techniques for survey, analysis, design, and implementation developed from an interdisciplinary synthesis of these fields.

Today, urban planning can be described as a technical and political process concerned with the welfare of people, control of the use of land, design of the urban environment (including transportation and communication networks), and protection and enhancement of natural processes.

Water Resources Engineering

Water resources engineering is the quantitative study of the hydrologic cycle — the distribution and circulation of water linking the earth’s atmosphere, land and oceans. Surface runoff is measured as the difference between precipitation and abstractions, such as infiltration (which replenishes groundwater flow), surface storage and evaporation. Applications include the management of the urban water supply, the design of urban storm-sewer systems, and flood forecasting.

Seismic Assessment for Equipment Installation

Seismic analysis is a subset of structural analysis and is the calculation of the response of a building (or nonbuilding) structure to earthquakes. It is part of the process of structural design, earthquake engineering or structural assessment and retrofit (see structural engineering) in regions where earthquakes are prevalent.

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