Most Common Question For Civil Engineers - What is the difference between a Civil Engineer and an Engineering technician?

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Most Common Question For Civil Engineers - What is the difference between a Civil Engineer and an Engineering technician?

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Engineering Technician
  • Generally requires a two-year associate degree, although it may be possible to qualify fora job with no formal training.
  • Typically a technician’s work is practically oriented. It includes computer aided drafting (CAD), preparing plans and construction documents, estimating project costs, surveying, scheduling and managing and inspecting construction projects. Some technicians, such as surveyor’s assistants, spend a lot of their time working outdoors.
  • The technician’s role is a critical one. Without a good technician, plans would never bedrafted and essential quality checks would not get done.
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Civil Engineer
- Civil Engineers require a four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
- The engineer is a designer, conceptualizer, developerand formulator of new techniques and standards.
- The engineer is often a project manager responsible for many aspects of a project including financial planning and reporting, communicating with people, managing construction crews and working with contractors.
- The engineer is a partner with the public and elected officials, listening to needs and ideas and proposing ultimate solutions.