Requirements for engineers in the tendering and construction supervision phases

Laying of impermeable, durable sewers using concrete and reinforced concrete pipes and manholes

Specific knowledge and expertise is required for the new construction of drains and sewers, which applies to both clients and construction supervisors and civil engineering contractors. It is undisputed that any sewer construction project will succeed only if the parties involved in the project possess the required technical expertise. It is thus in the interest of all stakeholders that drains and sewers be designed and built by experienced, reliable specialists. For it is not only the skills and workmanship demonstrated on the job site but also the work in the design, tendering and...

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