Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is a branch of engineering that focuses on the design, construction, and maintenance of infrastructure and environmental projects that benefit society. It encompasses a wide range of structures and systems, including buildings, bridges, roads, airports, water supply networks, sewage systems, dams, and more. Civil engineers play a crucial role in ensuring the safety, functionality, and sustainability of these projects, considering factors such as durability, cost-effectiveness, and environmental impact.

The field is rooted in applying scientific principles to practical purposes, drawing on knowledge from disciplines like physics, mathematics, geology, and materials science. Civil engineers work across both public and private sectors, collaborating with architects, urban planners, environmental scientists, and other professionals to meet community needs.

Civil Engineering Companies in USA

AECOM was established when a group of professionals from design and engineering firms came together with the vision of creating a leading company committed to making a positive impact on the world.

The company officially formed through the merger of five entities in 1990, though its roots trace back over 120 years through its predecessor firms, each with a rich history.

Since its inception, AECOM has grown significantly, welcoming over 50 companies into its fold. In 2007, it achieved another milestone by becoming a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Bechtel supports its clients in realizing impactful projects that leave a lasting positive influence. These endeavors create employment opportunities, stimulate economic growth, enhance infrastructure resilience globally, foster community connectivity and access to resources, advance towards achieving net zero emissions, address critical environmental issues, prioritize safety, and contribute to a cleaner, safer planet.

Expertise is instrumental in project delivery, but sustained success hinges on strong partnerships aligned with our clients’ objectives.

Since 1898, Bechtel has collaborated on over 25,000 projects spanning 160 countries across all seven continents.

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