I am a degreed civil engineer. I graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1978 with a BSCE degree. I have been practicing structural engineering for the past 35 years, specializing in building and non-building structures. I have practical experience in steel, concrete, timber, and masonry design. I am currently licensed in 14 States to practice civil/structural engineering.
I have a degree in Civil Engineering. Specifically, in my career I work with architects and design 3-dimensional building structures. I have a very strong understanding of geometric shapes, geometric and trigonometric formulas, and how parts and pieces go together.
I have a degree in civil engineering. Communication skills are extremely important. As a result I am extremely careful when I write anything, including e-mails or text messages that might be misunderstood if the punctuation or choice of words is not precisely communicated in the message. Proper use of English grammar is very important to me.
Excellent Pre-Algebra knowledge. I recently passed the ABCTE Math certification exam. I work with Math every day as a practicing structural engineer licensed in 17 states.
I have a degree in civil engineering. I practice as a civil/structural engineer. Besides using a lot of science and math in my profession, I also write a lot of engineering proposals and technical engineering reports which must be precisely written. As part of my company's quality control measures, I frequently proofread the reports and proposals written by others before the documents leave our office.
I have a degree in civil engineering. I practice as a civil/structural engineer. I am a very strong speller. Spelling words correctly on construction documents, drawings, and specifications is extremely important in my profession. Spelling errors can cause a contractor to misinterpret the design intentions. I will not ever knowingly allow a spelling error to leave the office.
I have a degree in Civil Engineering. I work Math and Trigonometry problems every day in my career as a civil/structural engineer. I have recently taken and passed the Mathematics certification exam by the American Board of Certification for Teacher Excellence (ABCTE)
I have a degree in civil engineering. I am a very strong writer of technical and forensic reports. As a result, I have a very strong vocabulary. When I write I like to use a lot of synonyms as opposed to repeating the same words over and over again. When reading an article, if I don't understand a word or meaning, I always look it up. This is very important in technical reading.