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First and foremost – we have a complex coastal hazard problem to solve and communities are desperate for new solutions. In Massachusetts alone, there are 600+ “civil engineering” -related job openings.

Why Civil Engineering

First and foremost – we have a complex coastal hazard problem to solve and communities are desperate for new solutions; when Marshfield went looking for alternatives the Town was told that the solutions being developed were untested in our region and incompatible with our coastline. It’s time we created the testbed and solutions to make our communities resilient – we need to grow the civil engineering talent locally and give them the space to tackle our region’s challenges

Coastal hazards cost the taxpayers of Plymouth County, MA $40m+ of expected annual property losses according to FEMA; developing new engineering solutions is in the best financial interest of the community.

 

Workforce Development

According to Bureau of Labor statics, Massachusetts employs approximately 3,530 -7,300 civil engineers with an annual mean wage range of $98,690 – $119,260. It’s estimated there ~6,420 civil engineers in Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH

In Massachusetts alone, there are 600+ “civil engineering” -related job openings

High-demand skills in civil engineering include:

A Computer-Aided Design (CAD) position in civil engineering involves utilizing CAD software to create detailed designs, plans, and technical drawings for infrastructure projects. CAD professionals in civil engineering contribute to the development of accurate and precise design documentation that serves as a foundation for construction, analysis, and project communication.

Construction safety regulations in civil engineering are a set of rules and standards designed to ensure the safety and well-being of workers, bystanders, and the general public during construction activities. These regulations are established and enforced by government agencies and industry bodies to minimize the risks associated with construction work.

Data analysis in civil engineering involves the examination, interpretation, and manipulation of data to extract meaningful insights and make informed decisions related to various aspects of civil engineering projects. This process is essential for optimizing design, construction, and maintenance activities, as well as ensuring the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of infrastructure.

Project management in civil engineering involves the planning, organization, and coordination of resources and activities to successfully complete civil engineering projects. Effective project management ensures that projects are completed within the specified time frame, budget, and quality standards while managing risks and meeting stakeholder expectations.

A sustainability job in civil engineering involves integrating environmentally responsible and resource-efficient practices into the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of infrastructure projects. Professionals in sustainability roles within civil engineering work to minimize the environmental impact of projects, enhance social well-being, and promote economic viability.

A Building Information Modeling (BIM) position in civil engineering involves utilizing BIM technology and methodologies to enhance the planning, design, construction, and management of infrastructure projects. BIM is a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a facility, incorporating information about its geometry, spatial relationships, materials, and more. Professionals in BIM positions within civil engineering play a crucial role in implementing and optimizing BIM processes throughout the project life cycle.

A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) position in civil engineering involves leveraging GIS technology to manage, analyze, and visualize spatial data for planning, design, and decision-making in civil engineering projects. GIS professionals play a crucial role in integrating geographical and non-geographical data to provide valuable insights for infrastructure development and management.

As a Python Developer in Civil Engineering, you will play a key role in leveraging coding and computational skills to enhance and streamline various aspects of civil engineering projects. Collaborating with engineering teams, you will develop custom software tools, automate repetitive tasks, and implement data analysis solutions to improve project efficiency and outcomes.

A 3D Printing position in civil engineering involves utilizing additive manufacturing technologies to enhance various aspects of construction, infrastructure development, and project delivery. Professionals in 3D printing roles within civil engineering play a key role in exploring and implementing innovative solutions, such as printing building components, creating prototypes, and optimizing construction processes.

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