Management Portfolio (HAVARD SYSTEM)

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Civil engineering is one of the broadest of fields of engineering that is primarily focused on the infrastructure services of the world which includes Water supplies & management, Sewer systems, Dams, Power Plants, Transmission Towers & Lines, Railways, Highways, Bridges, Tunnels, Irrigation Canals, River Navigation, Shipping Canals, Traffic Control systems, Mass Transit systems & corridors, Airport Runways & Terminals, Industrial Plant Buildings, Skyscrapers, etc…

Introduction


Civil Engineering is & will continue to be the most rewarding & vibrant profession in this century. However, the kind of work associated with the engineering profession will continue to change depending upon the changes in the management portfolio of the profession. The ongoing rapid technological enhancements, the population explosion and the ever increasing global environmental issues are continuously changing the methodology in which the civil engineering activities were being carried out across the globe. Also, gradually the work is being linked to the local societal changes with the changing influences of the government and privatization.
In the modern world, the Civil Engineering profession possesses more accountability beyond the engineering activities itself. It is required take into consideration the global perspective of the life supporting resources as they are declining due to increased consumption. In the modern scenario, Civil Engineering projects cause major changes in the local society, culture, habitats, plants, animals & the well being of the citizens of a country. ...
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