Surveying is a branch of civil engineering that determines the relative position of points on the earth. It is the primary process to be done to before planning a new project. The main objective of surveying is to determine the direction, horizontal distance, elevation, areas etc to draft layouts at a predetermined scale. The surveying process consists of different methods like reconnaissance, measurement, marking and plan preparation. … Read More Classification of Surveying – A complete overview
A dog-legged staircase is the simplest, common, space-saving, and economical staircase type used in commercial, industrial and residential buildings. A dog-legged staircase consists of two flights running in opposite directions and parallel to each other. They are separated categorically by a landing when the flights change direction.… Read More Dog legged Staircase – Design, Features and Advantages
Concrete pumps are devices that convey concrete from a concrete source to a casting location. In this blog, I will show you the basic theory, forms, and selection of concrete pumps.… Read More Concrete Pumps Types – Applications and advantages
Public health engineering helps people to satisfy their humanitarian needs. Today’s crises occur often in urban areas. They usually last longer and have a wider regional effect. They cause widespread human misery, threaten basic services such as water supply and sanitation.… Read More Public health engineering – Definition and Objectives
Chain surveying is a form of surveying that only takes linear measurements in the field. This is appropriate for surveying small areas with clear details and a relatively flat area. It gets its name from the fact that the chain is the most widely used piece of equipment.… Read More Chain Surveying – Procedure and advantages.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an indispensable part of any proposed project be it governmental or non-governmental. Environmental Impact Assessment is the method of assessing the possible environmental consequences of a proposed project or development… Read More Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) – Process and Benefits