Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that mostly relates to the designing, planning, maintaining and construction of subjects such as buildings, large scale workings, drainage and roads. Civil engineering has a large impact on modern society, as it dictates how lots of processes and services work together.
Topics covered within the field of Civil engineering include road design, drainage and sewer design, site layouts, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, construction engineering, and surveying.
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- Construction Technology And Management
- Structural Engineering
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Transportation Engineering
- Water Resources Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Topic:Material science/Concrete technology
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- Construction Guide - Practical guide to building construction
- Civil engineering notes, courses and presentations
- Civil Engineering Book List
- Civil engineering information and books
- Civil Engineering resources
- Civil engineering software downloads