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Do you have good team leader and excellent communication skills and are able to work on own initiative with minimal supervision? If you do, you are exactly the type of candidates our multi-national consultancy’s specialising in Infrastructure Engineering is seeking, for their expanding offices in the UK and overseas.

Civil Infrastructure Engineering involves the design analysis and management of the infrastructure supporting electrical power, oil and gas, water and wastewater, transportation and buildings that make up rural and urban communities.

The field of civil infrastructure engineering builds on and extends civil engineering areas. Rather than focusing on individual structural components or structures, civil infrastructure emphasizes how different structure behaves together as a system that serves a community’s needs.

As an infrastructure engineer you will cover major infrastructure and have experience in the design and construction of roads and bridges, jetties, water treatment plants, waste management and buildings

Job Duties in Infrastructure Engineering
As an infrastructure engineer you will have a B-Eng/M-Eng in civil engineering/civil and structural engineering or in construction, preferably with an MSc in the sector of civil engineering. After gaining a qualification, the next step is to become professionally qualified as a chartered engineer (C-Eng) incorporated engineer (I-Eng) or engineering technician (EngTech). This will involve a period working in the industry to build experience, followed by a professional review.

You will be responsible for all technical aspects of infrastructure projects, which involves supervising contractors, calculations, project design phases, managing budgets, approving project drawings, taking care of any changes to design specifications, and problem solving. Primarily focusing on construction of infrastructure and buildings which may include project management in the commercial construction industry, geotechnical, environmental, hydrology and coastal engineering.

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