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Civil Engineer's Handbook of Professional Practice

Author/EditorHansen (Author)
Zenobia, Kent (URS Corp) (Author)
ISBN: 9781119739791
Pub Date21/11/2024
BindingHardback
Pages576
Edition2nd ed
¥25,793
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Civil Engineer's Handbook of Professional Practice is the first single-source guide to take the practical skills defined by the American Society of Civil Engineers' Civil Engineering Body of Knowledge (CEBOK) and provide illuminating techniques, quotes, example problems, case studies, and valuable information to assist students and early-career engineers in addressing the many challenges facing civil engineers in the real world.

This Second Edition has been updated to include the concepts in ASCE's latest CEBOK3 and has four all-new chapters: Design Thinking; Affirmative Action; Equal Opportunity and Diversity; Negotiation; and Construction Management and Scheduling. This book is not only a valuable reference for early-career civil engineers, it is also appropriate for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in Professional Practice and Engineering Project Management. Comprehensive pedagogical elements are included throughout, and instructors have access to an instructor's manual via the book's companion website.

Civil Engineer's Handbook of Professional Practice is the first single-source guide to take the practical skills defined by the American Society of Civil Engineers' Civil Engineering Body of Knowledge (CEBOK) and provide illuminating techniques, quotes, example problems, case studies, and valuable information to assist students and early-career engineers in addressing the many challenges facing civil engineers in the real world.

This Second Edition has been updated to include the concepts in ASCE's latest CEBOK3 and has four all-new chapters: Design Thinking; Affirmative Action; Equal Opportunity and Diversity; Negotiation; and Construction Management and Scheduling. This book is not only a valuable reference for early-career civil engineers, it is also appropriate for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in Professional Practice and Engineering Project Management. Comprehensive pedagogical elements are included throughout, and instructors have access to an instructor's manual via the book's companion website.

Karen Lee Hansen, Ph.D., ASCE, Assoc. AIA, DBIA is Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction Management at California State University and holds a Master of Science in construction engineering and management and a doctorate in civil engineering from Stanford University. She also performed a post-doctorate modeling design requirements at University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. A former engineering manager at The Boeing Company, Dr. Hansen has worked as senior project executive for large commercial and industrial contractors and has been employed by national and international universities and AEC firms. Kent E. Zenobia, P.E., F. ASCE, BCEE is a registered civil engineer in four states with more than 35 years' experience in civil, water resources, hazardous waste management, site restoration, and environmental engineering in private industry, engineering consulting, and California state government with a BSCE from New Jersey Institute of Technology and an Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Drexel University. For his outstanding contributions to civil engineering, Mr. Zenobia has been recognized formally by the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Academy of Environmental Engineering.

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