CIVIL ENGINEERING PRACTICES
Provides informational resources to Civil Engineers on subjects such as Construction Materials, Construction Terms, Methodologies and Equipment.
In the construction sector, there are many different types of people who each have their own distinct skill sets, understandings, and vocabularies.
Each trade and person in the construction industry uses a distinct set of ‘terms’ for their duties, activities and what has to be accomplished.
Like all languages, construction terminology change throughout time. However, the typical building words that are used across the world are constantly evolving.
Equipment, machines, buildings, scaffolding, materials, tools, supplies, and systems owned, rented, or leased by the Contractor or its Subcontractors for use in carrying out the Work but not intended for inclusion into the Project.
The Contractor or a subcontractor brings an object, material, or supply to the construction site for integration into the building or job. A preassembled object delivered to the site from items, materials, or supplies is also included in the definition.
Construction methodology, also known as project execution methodology, refers to the planned technique of construction that takes into consideration all legal and contractual requirements, construction restrictions, risks, and opportunities.
What is Civil Engineering?
Civil engineering is a profession as well as engineering discipline concerned with the design of a building or related structure, including the construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, as well as public infrastructure such as roads, bridges, canals, trains, light railways, underground tunnels, airports, sewerage systems, dams, pipelines, structural components of buildings, skyways, communications, and railways.