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Mr. James D Worrell, P.E., M.ASCE

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Mr. James Worrell, P.E., M.ASCE


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Posted By James Worrell Sep 29, 2020 9:13 AM
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This is indeed an important thread. It is one of the many reasons where Civil Engineers in construction are trapped by the universities and engineering boards and societies. My concern is that the construction industry needs Civil Engineers, as we are allowing that roll to be taken over by graduates ...
Posted By James Worrell Sep 7, 2020 12:13 PM
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Joseph- a nice list to follow. I would like to add two more items: 1. Always keep a diary- not any diary- but one with bound pages and in ink. At the end of reach day, underline what you have written and cross out the blank spaces. This diary should include all phone calls, meetings, etc .Emails should ...
Posted By James Worrell Aug 1, 2020 12:49 PM
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Although it might be way too soon to be thinking about long term goals, I see that you really like your work and enjoy being in the field. Your education may have headed you into design, but you might consider construction.Your working for the right contractor and using your experience and knowledge ...
Posted By James Worrell Mar 1, 2020 2:50 PM
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Chad:  I think that any discussion on safety by design should consider the safety of those who work in or near the structure, those who perform maintenance, and those constructing the structure. There are many real life examples of all of these. ------------------------------ Jim Worrell] Retired ...
Posted By James Worrell Mar 1, 2020 2:48 PM
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Andrew gives some good advice- regardless of the degrees, etc., one needs to start in an entry level position and work your way up. Due to the universities and others, the term "construction management" has now become something akin to"document management" which can also be done by non-engineers- but ...