Civil engineers have long been recognised as the experts who can build and maintain the infrastructure of a city.
They’re the ones who can fix leaks in pipes, and fix up cracks in roads.
But the industry is struggling to stay relevant.
Civil engineers are on a mission to make the city more sustainable, to make buildings more livable and to bring the most efficient use of resources.
That means making sure the water works and the air works.
It means building roads that don’t break down in winter, and building public transport and public housing that are safe, reliable and secure.
This is why the world’s largest civil engineering organisation, the International Civil Engineering Union, says it’s important that the profession keep up its work.
Civil engineering is a highly technical, high-level profession that combines engineering with civil engineering.
It’s a career path that requires years of training and experience, and that requires a deep understanding of what’s important for a city to thrive.
To do that, civil engineers must be passionate about what they do.
And in a world where everything from the weather to the news can change overnight, they need to keep an eye on what’s happening around them.
How did civil engineering get so good?
Civil engineers began as engineers in 1859 in what is now the Netherlands.
The idea of civil engineering was developed by Dutch engineer John Wertheimer in 1872.
It became popular in the US in the 1930s, and then became a global profession in the 1950s.
In the 1970s, the UK became a major centre for civil engineering, and civil engineers became a key component of the Royal Engineers and the Army Corps of Engineers.
They’ve been a key part of building the UK’s infrastructure ever since.
In 2017, civil engineering became a recognised professional in the UK, and in 2019, the British government announced that it was going to create a new Civil Engineers Board, to create an organisation that would take over some of the roles of civil engineers in the public sector.
What are the key things that civil engineers need to do to improve their careers?
First, get a good education.
Civil engineer training starts at the age of 16, and includes a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) or equivalent qualification.
You can learn more about how to become a civil engineer in our careers guide.
The Civil Engineers Association of England and Wales says that at the start of each year, the BEng qualification is awarded to candidates who demonstrate they can apply their skills to work in the civil engineering sector.
A second qualification is a qualification from the BSc, in Civil Engineering Technology, or CET, which is usually from the School of Engineering.
The third qualification is from a Masters or Doctorate degree in Civil Engineers.
A fourth qualification is the Certificate of Civil Engineers in Engineering, which comes with a certificate of achievement.
The fourth qualification can be the Civil Engineers Certificate, which takes candidates through a four-year career as a civil engineers professional.
A fifth qualification is either a Master of Civil Engineering or a Master Civil Engineer qualification.
A sixth qualification is an Engineering Certificate, or equivalent, from a relevant accredited institution.
A seventh qualification is usually a Bachelor’s of Science, with a further degree as required.
The BSc is a very challenging qualification, requiring a minimum of five years of relevant training.
The CET is a slightly more relaxed qualification, which can be completed at an undergraduate level or at the highest level of postgraduate study.
How to get into civil engineering What qualifications are required to become an engineer?
You can’t just apply to civil engineering as a career, though.
You need to get a Bachelor Degree, or some equivalent qualification from a recognised institution.
You also need to be at least 21 years old.
If you’re an engineering student at a top university, you may be able to take a BEng or BSc course.
The first two levels of the BEd are known as BEng1 and BEng2.
You will need to take both the B and the CEd, or the B or CEd with a qualification.
For more information on the B & C Ed, go to the UK Civil Engineers website.
A third qualification comes from a Master’s degree, known as a Master Master of Engineering or MME.
This degree comes with three courses, or eight years of post-graduate study, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you can work in civil engineering immediately.
You’ll need to complete either the BTech or BEng3, or a BSc degree or a Masters degree with a BTech degree.
This may also mean a career in civil engineers, or you may need to work for a company that does work in public infrastructure, or in an engineering consultancy or other position.
You might also need a Masters of Civil and Environmental Engineering qualification, or another qualification to become qualified in another industry.
What about starting a career?
As a civil engineering student, you can apply for the first year of a Master, BTech and B