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  1. Failed the Civil FE

    Hi all, I took the Civil FE for the first time last week and was pretty confident about it. I studied only for about 3 weeks (during my winter break) about 5-6 hours a day. I created a solid study plan and focused my time on my stronger subjects (Transpo, Hydraulics, Geotech, Env, Mathematics, Ethics and Construction). I mainly used the videos from Marshall University and my FE prep book (FE Civil Review - Michael Lindeburg) to brush up on old subjects. I was also pretty familiar with the cheat sheet thats given on the test, I used it during my studying and knew where everything was during the test. Since I'm a pretty fast test taker, I finished my exam about an hour early and only guessed on about a total of 10-15 questions for the entire exam. I was very shocked and disappointed when I got my results back this morning and unfortunately did not pass. Attached is my diagnostic and as you can see, I did poorly in majority of the subjects. I think my failure could be due to the fact that I didn't do enough practice problems? Although I felt confident about my knowledge. I want to take the test ASAP since the semester will start to pick up again and you all know how difficult it is to manage engineering classes, work and studying for a huge exam like the FE. But I'm not sure if there is a time constraint between my first exam and my retake, I've looked everywhere online and can't seem to find a solid answer. I am in the state of California so if any of you have any idea that would be really helpful! I know you can only take 3 exams during a 12 month period but not sure for the time between each tests. Also if any of you have any study tips/advice I would really appreciate it. Thank you!
  2. Help: EET Course - On Demand

    I signed up for the EET on demand course (structural depth) and starting it today. Is there a class schedule that I can follow? I feel like I’m missing something. I was given the instructions on how to reach the videos and then the big binder and that’s it. I don’t even know where to start. The recording contents are in no particular order and I’m finding myself trying to search for the appropriate video title for the first section of the binder. I take it we just dive right in and start from beginning to end with what’s in the binder? Please help if any of you have taken the on demand course or are taking it now.
  3. I took and passed the Civil Transportation exam last April, and I have the Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) 2010 set for sale for $190 (including shipping). Direct message me if interested. Thanks
  4. Free Office Hours Start Soon!

    Join Professional Engineering Services and Education Inc for our FREE Office Hours! What are Free Office Hours you might be asking? This is a live streamed internet webinar where you can ask questions and get help! Select dates cover different topics, please see the schedule below. We want to help as many engineers as we can obtain their Professional License. Office hours start this Wednesday covering Seismic and Surveying topics. Have a question you want covered? Email us at info@passpe.com or names@passpe.com so we can have an answer to discuss with you and all those who join live! www.joinwebinar.com ID: 224601819 to register or click the image to the registration page.
  5. PE Civil Transportation Books For Sale

    I have up for sale a few of my PE books from when I took the exam in April 2017. I recall them all being in like new condition, but will double check the HCM before finalizing the sale as it's been awhile since I looked at these. I do know for a fact that I did not write in the practice exams while taking them. Feel free to ask for some random photos of pages, etc. to verify condition if desired. All prices include shipping to US48! NCEES Practice Exam (2014) - Transportation Depth - $35 (I paid $52.56 after NCEES's massive shipping fees) Goswami - Practice Exam for the Civil PE Exam: Breadth + Transportation Depth (2015) - $23 Goswami - Practice Exams for the Civil PE Exam: Two Breadth Exams (2013) - $22 HCM 2010 (Highway Capacity Manual) - $190 If you want all 4 of these I will drop the total from $270 down to $250. I also have a spiral bound copy of the CERM table of contents (with minor highlights) that I can toss in for free to any order that wants it. Send me a PM if interested and if you want to do any back and forth discussion please include your email address so my inbox here doesn't fill up quick.
  6. New, unopened books, not used. Have been stored in a box, non-smoking home. mrs blybrook wasn't originally sure which discipline she wanted to pursue. Bundle is listed for approximately $375 at PPI, will accept $300 or other reasonable offer. Would prefer to sell as a bundle, but can split up if necessary. Includes the following: Construction Depth Reference Manual for the Civil PE Exam (CECN2) Six-Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam: Construction Depth Problems (SXCCN2) Construction Depth Practice Exams for the Civil PE Exam (CECNPX2) NCEES PE Civil Engineering: Construction Practice Exam (NCPECC2) Customizable Book Tabs (TABPPI) Can accept paypal. Contact me or mrs blybrook via PM.
  7. Hi All, I'm not a huge fan of taking classes to study for things, especially standardized exams. I feel like the most effective solution is to do as many sample problems as possible that are as similar to the exam as possible, that cover all subject areas. Some questions: 1.) Does anyone know of any good resources for sample exam problems? 2.) NCEES appears to have a single sample exam for the civil breadth + structural depth, do you know where we can find more? Are there different versions? https://account.ncees.org/exam-prep/315 3.) My boss has a sample exam from NCEES, copyrighted in 2014 (I think this is the same as the current sample exam), does anyone have any older/alternate NCEES practice exams? 4.) Does anyone know of any good study resources in addition to sample exams? Thanks! Regards, Spencer
  8. Review Courses Start This Weekened!

    Course Registration is open! Classes start this weekend! Worry not, we accept late registration and upload all live recordings to our On-Demand system. Miss a session, watch it at your pace! Also get access to the On-Demand courses with the purchase of the live! Buy the On-demand and get the live session! We want to help you become a PE as soon as possible!
  9. Selling PE Study/Reference Books

    I'm selling the following books, all in like new condition. There is no hand writing/high lighting/bends/folds in any of them. May give out discount if you bundle several books. 1. CERM 15th Editionby Lindeburg ($190) 2. ASCE 7-10 by ASCE ($100) 3. Principles of Foundation Engineering 8th Edition by Braja Das ($150) 4. Geotechnical Engineers Portable Handbooks, 2nd Edition by Robert Day ($25) 5. Design of Reinforced Concrete, 9th Edition by Jack McCormac ($130)
  10. Hello everyone, Just a quick introduction, I am a Structural Engineer from Canada (originally from Europe). I have 6 years of experience in structural engineering only (never done any civils). I moved to Canada 2 years ago from Europe, I have my education from Poland (BSc) and England (MSc) and I used to work in several European countries before I came here. I had my foreign education assessed by Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and they said that I need to pass FE Civil exam in order to get my ticket in Canada. OK, I thought and I booked my exam in exam centres in Canada... It didn't really bother me as I thought I was good at what I was doing (at least that is what other engineers say). I regularly solve complex structural engineering problems and back in the UK I was in special engineering projects team, solving irregular structural analysis and design issues. I was offered to join a partnership in Canada (and I did) and my partners encouraged me to get a ticket. I didn't really know much about the FE exam, I thought it would be pure structural analysis and design (that is how it looks like in the UK, iStructE chartered engineers must pass structural exam). Then I realized that the entire exam was more complex, many questions covering different aspects of engineering but less complicated. I panicked, things like math, hydraulics and fluid mechanics I had like 8 years ago and they didn't really bothered me since then. I realized I have had not enough time to pass, overall I spent about 30h on the exam. Furthermore, I always thought that differential equations were not covered within the scope of FE Civil exam (it's not mentioned there, even though it's a scope of calculus, but at other disciplines differential equations were distinguished from calculus). I was wrong, I had 3 questions on differential equations :)) On the exam day I found the entire on-screen FE Reference book completely disappointing (I went through it before the exam and I purchased a hard copy so I knew what was there). Scrolling was f* up, every time I tried to scroll it would bounce back, zoom-in and zoom-out didn't work (e.g. if I tried to zoom-on on the equation on pg let's say 5 it would zoom-in but on page 4 or 6)... Lots of time wasting just trying to navigate through the FE reference book. I spent 3h on the first part and 2h on the second part, and obviously I run out of time on the second part so I had to quickly guess around 15-20 questions. Now, I have my results (I knew and I wouldn't pass right away) and I know I need to prepare much more than my first attempt. Stop being an arrogant and prepare like for every other exam. I have my lesson. Below is my diagnostics and you can see that my performance was really poor. Surveying was on of the parts that I had to guess due to lack of time, I didn't get any preparation on environmental engineering (environmental engineering is separated from civils degree in Europe) etc. I am thinking about taking on-demand courses at school of PE or at Testmasters, I do not have any in-class prep courses since I am in Canada and this test is mostly US... Any thoughts, good people?
  11. Classes start soon!

    It is a new year and time to get ready to achieve your PE! PE Civil Review - Starts January 6th Click image to be taken to our website PE Civil - Construction PM Module Review - Starts January 6th Click image to be taken to our website PE Civil Transportation PM Module Review - Starts January 7th Click image to be taken to our website Seismic Review For California Professional License - Starts January 13th Click image to be taken to our website Surveying Review For California Professional License - Starts January 14th Click image to be taken to our website _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I cannot thank you enough for giving this back to community and also charging lot lower than any competitors. Your courses are very well precise according to the NCEES requirements. The study material is awesome and practice problems are just to the point. Thanks again for all your help Sincerely, Jaspreet M _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hi Dr. Mansour, You will be glad to hear that I passed the PE exam in October. I self-studied your books and I just wanted to thank you again for your help. Omor S. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank You so much Dr. Shahin! I received a passing for the NCEES 8 hours exam, thank you for the material and lecture from your Construction PM class! David B _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hello Dr. Mansour, Just let you know that I pass in PE exam. Thank you for your help and good material. Harshad P. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Dr. Mansour, I successfully passed the PE Civil Transportation Exam thanks to your amazing Transportation PM depth course. It really helped me to confidently attend the exam and answer most of the depth questions pretty easily although there were lots of looking up in the reference books questions which some of them were also in your fantastic book. I took the test in Virginia and I passed it the first time I took the exam. I wish you the best and success in your business and life. Thank you again. Siavash M., Virginia _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dr. Mansour, Thanks so much for the class (Transportation PM) and the material. I pass the PE exam. Todd H. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Passpe.com resources was helpful in helping me pass the 8 hour PE Civil Construction. Dr. Mansour works hard in providing as much resources to his students as possible. This was my first time taking the exam and I was able to pass by working on all the practice problems and exams that Dr. Mansour provides. Thank You again Dr. Mansour David B. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I passed the PE Civil Construction exam. I will finally have the license. I thank you for all the help, guidance, inspiration and for sharing your profound knowledge and experience. THANK YOU FROM THE VERY BOTTOM OF MY HEART! Sincerely, Noemi Thank you Dr. Mansour. I passed the CA Seismic Exam. You are really great and your review system really works. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I'm so happy and excited. Noemi _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I just wanted to let you know that I managed to pass both the surveying and seismic principles exams! Just wanted to let you know I passed, and to thank you for the great reference manuals you created. They were a HUGE help during both tests. I also want to thank you for the free DVD’s you sent my way, all of which I watched and all of which helped immensely! Finally, thank you for responding to my questions – up until an hour before my seismic exam. You reminded me to just take a guess and move on if a question was too difficult – not to get stuck on just one question for too long – and it worked! Thank you again. David B. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I am very pleased to share a good news with you that I passed my Surveying exam and now I am a Registered PE in state of California. As you know, I was stuck in Surveying exam and after joining your review course I was able to pass it this time. Definitely, your review course material, example problems and review sessions plus the exam materials you shared time to time helped me to pass my Surveying exam. Once again, I am very thankful to you for keen interest and passion in offering review courses for PE exam. Umer A. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Have questions? Contact us. Click the image to submit a question via our website, www.passpe.com. Or you can call or email us!
  12. PE Civil or Environmental?

    Hello from Charlotte, NC - I am getting ready to start preparing for my PE Exam after an hiatus of 3 years. I last appeared in PE Environmental but did not pass. I am considering either Civil with Environmental as my depth option or Environmental as my main track. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks
  13. The start date for the next PE (Civil) Review Course (January - April 2018) is January 30, 2018. Course delivery is via live online WEBINARS. The meeting time is Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 pm – 9 pm Eastern Standard Time. Lecture 1 is a Tuesday. So is Lecture 21, which is a capstone review. The cost to enroll in the 63-hour course is $900, which can be lowered by $100 if registration is completed early. The anticipated start date is Tuesday January 30, 2018 and the last session is scheduled for Tuesday April 10, 2018. The deadline for early registration is December 17, 2017. For more information, or to request an enrolment form, contact Dr. Indranil Goswami at civilpereview@gmail.com
  14. Enrollment Open! Try Before You Buy

    Enrollment is open! All Live Reviews uploaded to the On-Demand system. Miss a session watch at your own pace! 2 for 1 - Buy the Live Review Course and gain access to the On-Demand Review Courses. Schedule posted below. visit our website www.passpe.com for more information! Try Before You Buy This weekend join Dr. Mansour for Free Sessions to get an example of what a live webinar is like. Have questions, get answers! Email Dr. Mansour, info@passpe.com and he'll prepare answers for the live webinar! Click image to register! Course Schedules PE Civil - https://passpe.com/product/1-civil-pe-breadth-comprehensive-prep-course-workshops/ PE Civil - Construction PM Module Review Course https://passpe.com/product/construction-pm-module-civil-pe-conpm/ PE Civil - Transportation PM Module Review Course https://passpe.com/product/transportation-pm-module-civil-pe-trpm/ Seismic Review Course https://passpe.com/product/seismic-review-professional-license-sei/ Surveying Review Course https://passpe.com/product/surveying-review-professional-license-sur/ Have any questions or concerns please contact us.
  15. Free Help Starting Saturday!

    Starting tomorrow at noon (pst)! 3ways to join: 1) Click the image 2) Go to this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3943220719000889602 3) Use this link and ID to register: www.joinwebinar.com ID: 602-189-923 Please spread the word to coworkers, friends or join if you need assistance.
  16. Breadth review class

    I took the review classes from EET. The Depth was great but the Breadth class was not very helpful. I took the exam in April 2017 and October 2017. My score on the Breadth did not improve at all. I was hoping to take a Breadth class from another provider but not sure who. I think I can handle the Depth without taking another class. The material provided by EET was comprehensive and very organized. It is the Breadth, I am struggling with. Any advice will be appreciated.
  17. Breadth review class

    I took the review classes from EET. The Depth was great but the Breadth class was not very helpful. I took the exam in April 2017 and October 2017. My score on the Breadth did not improve at all. I was hoping to take a Breadth class from another provider but not sure who. I think I can handle the Depth without taking another class. The material provided by EET was comprehensive and very organized. It is the Breadth, I am struggling with. Any advice will be appreciated. I am at the poin
  18. I have about two years before I complete the experience requirement and plan to apply to test. When should I start studying? Studying for the FE took me about 9 months and I didn't feel comfortable at that pace, and only some of my day-to-day job is relevant to the exam material. I intend to take civil - transportation (I work in railroad engineering). Thanks!
  19. Searching for a review course?

    Spring 2018 Prep Courses by Dr. Shahin Mansour Celebrating our 21st Anniversary Dear PE/FE Candidate: We at Professional Engineering Services and Education (PESE), Inc., have been working very hard for the last twenty-one years (21-years) to provide high quality review courses, review books, and DVDs at reasonable and affordable prices. We’re still providing free repeats (same course within ONE year of initial purchase date) with differential cost for the courses and books (if applicable). Try Before You Buy and FREE Office Hours (up to 40 meetings, 80 hours) Webinars To introduce our live & on-demand courses, books, DVDs, the NCEES Standard References & Codes, and California Board Exams Specifications for April 2018 Exams, you’re invited to attend any of our FREE WEBINARS. To enroll go to: www.joinwebinar.com and then enter ID: 602-189-923 (one ID for ALL free office hours and try before you buy sessions). You only need to enroll once for all sessions. A direct link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3943220719000889602 Try Before You Buy: a) Seismic and Surveying: December 9 and 16, 2017 from 12:00-3:00 PM (PST) b) Civil AM, Transp. Depth, Const. Depth, & FE Civil: December 10 & 17, 2017 from 12:00-3:00 PM (PST) The main objective of these free webinars is to give my fellow engineers a true picture of: a) What will you get from the course? b) What are the study materials you will receive from PESE? c) What is the quality and the quantity you will get from the review courses? d) How will you communicate with me during the live classes/live webinars? Items to be Discussed 1- Go over the schedule of our review courses offered for Spring 2018. 2- To present the way that our live classes and live webinars will be presented 3- What is required to attend live webinars? 4- Archived versus unarchived webinars 5- Our refund policy 6- Our repeat policy 7- Certificate of completion requirements and receipts 8- Computerized exams (Seismic & Surveying) versus paper (regular) exam (Civil PE) If you have any questions, please email us at info@passpe.com or call me at 559-289-6412. Always check our website for updates of our books and services. Sincerely Yours, Dr. Shahin Mansour, PE, Director Instructor for Seismic and Surveying Seminars Instructor for PE-Civil
  20. Hello everyone! Like a lot of people here, I'm applying to take my PE Exam and ran into a little trouble with the engagement/references portion of the application. The preface: an individual who agreed to be my reference reviewed some samples of my work (they aren't part of the office I work at) asked for me to send the relevant paperwork to their address. After 2 weeks of not receiving the paperwork back in my snail-mail inbox, I wrote a quick email to them to confirm they received my paperwork; that was this past Tuesday. I still have not heard any response, unfortunately. The question: is it considered rude, pushy, or otherwise negative if I call and/or email them at least one more time in the coming week?
  21. What are Free Office Hours?

    What are Free Office Hours?This is where Dr. Mansour, PE, will go over certain topics and answer questions you may have for FREE. He is a dedicated instructor who wants to help all those he can in obtaining their PE. Join him by going to www.joinwebinar.com and using id 635-147-867 to register.• Civil Breadth AM: October 15th, and 22nd 12 pm – 5 pm (PST)• Construction PM: October 18th, 6:30 – 9:3- pm (PST)October 14th and 21st 12:00 pm – 5:00 (PST) • Transportation PM: October 16th, 23rd 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm (PST) (October 16th Canceled for Personal Family Matter, to be made up following Thursday) • Seismic: October 14th,21st, 28th and November 4th 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (PST) • Surveying: October 14th,21st, 28th and November 4th 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm (PST)
  22. Hi everyone, This is my first post though I've been ransacking these forums for over a year now. A little background: I graduated with a BS degree in mechanical engineering in 2011. I never took the FE in school, it wasn't really encouraged for MEs. After graduation I got involved with the drinking water industry, primarily treatment plants and distribution system designs. My employer has really started to stress the fact that I should get my PE so I'll be eligible to move up in the ranks. That meant first taking the FE, which I studied my butt off for and by some miracle passed in May 2017 after being out of school for 6 years. My goal is to the PE exam in April 2018 but I am extremely undecided on which discipline to go for. I'm considering Mechanical: Thermal/Fluids or Civil: Water Resources & Environmental. Mechanical Pros: Looking at the NCEES specifications I'd say I feel fairly comfortable with about 50% of the material and at the very least recognize the other knowledge areas. Having just studied for the FE, topics like Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, and Thermodynamics are relatively fresh. Mechanical Cons: Thermo/Fluids were HARD in school for me so I can imagine the PE Exam has the potential to be downright horrendous. For all I know I may have bombed these sections in the FE and just gotten by on math, statics, strengths, etc. I don't know anyone who has taken it in the past - no study materials available ($$$) Civil Pros: More relative to my current work Most of my coworkers/friends have taken this route - and offered to let me have/borrow their study resources/references Easier (???) subject matters than Thermo/Fluids CivilCons: 70% of the topics on the NCEES specifications are completely new to me - the only topics I recognize are structures, groundwater, water quality, hydraulics, and drinking water distribution and treatment. I've never had any courses/experience in hydrology, storm water, waste water, soils, construction management etc. I guess it comes down to whether I should choose the devil I know vs. the devil I don't. Has anyone else ever been torn making a choice between the two and if so what did you decide? Any other MEs choose to take the Civil PE and if so what was it like teaching yourself all those non-ME topics from scratch? For those that took the ME Thermal/Fluids exam, how did the level of difficulty compare to the questions on the FE (for those that remember way back then..)? If you made it this far, thanks for reading! Any advice much appreciated.
  23. Office Hours - Videos

    Hello everyone, below you will see the recordings of our free office hours. We've added additional dates to help you prepare for the upcoming exams. Join Dr. Mansour and get real time help. Let us help you become a Professional Engineer as soon as possible. Dr. Mansours Free Office Hours. There is no cost to you and you can attend any session. To enroll go to: www.joinwebinar.com and then enter ID: 635-147-867 (one ID for ALL free office hours) or click the image to be taken to the registration. Should you have any questions please email us at names@passpe.com or info@passpe.com Civil Office Hours: July 17th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-07-17 18.32 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 July 31st, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-07-31 18.37 Dr. Mansour FREE Office Hours -Fall 2017-1.mp4 August 14th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-08-14 18.43 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 August 28th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-08-28 18.36 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 September 18th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-09-18 18.52 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 October 2nd, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-10-02 18.37 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 Transportation: July 24th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-07-24 18.32 Dr. Mansour FREE Office Hours -Fall 2017-1.mp4 August 7th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-08-07 18.42 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 August 27th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-08-27 18.07 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 September 25th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-09-25 18.36 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 October 9th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-10-09 18.31 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 Seismic/Surveying: July 19th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-07-19 18.37 Dr. Mansour FREE Office Hours -Fall 2017-1.mp4 August 2nd, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/office Hours 8-02.mp4 August 30th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-08-30 18.36 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 September 27th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-09-27 18.37 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 Construction: September 06th, 2017: http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-09-06 18.36 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4 September 20th, 2017 http://cdn.audiovideoweb.com/lnks/play/8c3fls5521/Office Hours/2017-09-20 18.36 Dr. Mansour Free Office Hours -fall 2017-1.mp4
  24. https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=KJWW&jobId=192775 We are seeking a Project Engineer to join our Civil Engineering team in Ontario, CA. Our civil engineering group provides engineering planning, general consultation and design services for private developers for both Commercial and Residential development projects, institutional projects and Municipal projects. This position requires 2-5 years of experience. Requirements • B.S. Civil Engineering is required. A California P.E. registration is a plus. • Substantial planning and design experience including grading, sewer, water, storm drain, SWPPP compliance, erosion control, and horizontal control layouts. • Proficiency in preparation of design calculations, quantities, estimates and specifications. • AutoCAD Civil-3D proficiency is desired. • Some project management experience is preferred, and a desire to develop his/her abilities and career in project management and client relations. • Ability and desire to lead a team, provide direction and mentor team members. IMEG Corp is one of the largest engineering consulting firms in the U.S. specializing in high-performing building systems, infrastructure, and construction-related services. Formed in 2015, through a merger of KJWW Engineering Consultants and TTG Engineers, IMEG’s strength is our willingness to collaborate and reach beyond the status quo, challenging ourselves to be thought leaders and innovators in the A/E/C industry. The IMEG team has pushed the envelope in infrastructure design and sustainability as demonstrated by our many “firsts” and award recognition. IMEG Corp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities in all employment practices, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, age, veteran’s status, disability, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law. https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=KJWW&jobId=192775 IMEG Corp is also seeking Civil Project Engineers to join our Civil Engineering teams in Pasadena and Anaheim, CA: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=KJWW
  25. Switching jobs

    I am almost finish my current project, working as a consultant, doing storm drain design. Has been this field for 10 years in here and Hong Kong. There is an opportunity that I can work for a design consultant firm for public and commercial development. Any people done this before or any advice please?
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