Addressing the challenges of the increasingly changing and growing construction industry with emphasis on the financial, planning, and management aspects of the project life cycle.
Exploring construction processes from the outset, feasibility, design, communication, and construction through commissioning, maintenance, refurbishment, and shutdown.
To keep pace with scientific and technological progress in the field of the profession and coordination with related disciplines.
Select appropriate and sustainable technologies for the construction of buildings, infrastructures, and water structures; using either numerical techniques or physical measurements and/or testing by applying a full range of civil engineering concepts and techniques of Structural Analysis and Mechanics, Properties, and Strength of Materials, Surveying, Soil Mechanics, and Fluid Mechanics.
Achieve an optimum design of Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structures, Foundations and Earth Retaining Structures, Transportation and Traffic, Roads and Airports, Railways, Sanitary Works, Irrigation, Water Resources, Harbors, or any other emerging field relevant to the discipline.
Plan and manage construction processes; address construction defects, instability, and quality issues; and maintain safety measures in construction and materials.
Deal with biddings, contracts, and financial issues including project insurance and guarantees; and assess environmental impacts of civil engineering projects.
Use the principles of engineering, soil science, biology, and chemistry to develop solutions to environmental problems. Improve recycling, waste disposal, public health, and water and air pollution control. Address global issues, such as unsafe drinking water, climate change, and environmental sustainability.
Management of construction projects in accordance with plans and specifications.
Responsibility for the safety of temporary structures used during construction.
Overseeing budgetary and time-management aspects of projects