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Mr. Christopher Mark Seigel, P.E., M.ASCE

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Mr. Christopher Seigel, P.E., M.ASCE


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Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-22-2022 08:14 PM
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Now that about two years has passed since this topic was posted, I wonder if anyone has made any changes in their habits?  I still think the nuances of digital culture and manners are funny this far into having remote meetings. The unnecessary complexities of my own habits in these rituals is not lost ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-11-2022 05:50 PM
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I've only been using the service for a few months now and thankfully have not needed to replace any bad hard drives during that time. Its my understanding that you can retrieve the backup from the cloud, or you can put down a deposit and they will mail you a physical hard drive containing your data that ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-10-2022 07:23 AM
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Hey guys, I recently started using Backblaze. Its a subscription service to unlimited cloud storage for one PC. I'm not a fan of subscriptions but all things considered, I find this one worth it as I think it is about $7 a month. The way it works is that it makes a copy of every file on your computer, ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-06-2022 06:57 PM
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Thanks for sharing! That sounds like a great example of going the extra mile and making improvements to the work of those who came before you. ------------------------------ Christopher Seigel P.E., M.ASCE Civil Engineer ------------------------------
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-05-2022 08:33 PM
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On Nov. 5, 1852, twelve esteemed engineers gathered at New York City's Croton Aqueduct to establish what would become the American Society of Civil Engineers. Here's to our collective impact and the limitless future of our profession.  In honor of ASCE day, I wanted to share one of my first ideas that ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-03-2022 10:10 AM
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Hi Nooraldean, Your reviewed resume is attached. Good work. Chris ------------------------------ Christopher Seigel P.E., M.ASCE Civil Engineer ------------------------------
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-03-2022 10:09 AM
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Hi Hasnain, Your reviewed resume is attached. Good job. Chris ------------------------------ Christopher Seigel P.E., M.ASCE Civil Engineer ------------------------------
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-03-2022 10:09 AM
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Hey Ryan, You can find my comments in the attached pdf. Nice resume. Chris ------------------------------ Christopher Seigel P.E., M.ASCE Civil Engineer ------------------------------
Posted By Christopher Seigel 11-03-2022 10:08 AM
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Posted By Christopher Seigel 10-21-2022 03:50 PM
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It may seem strange to some, but I've always found that there are benefits to going to job interviews (or simply having a high-level discussion with someone who has an opening) even if you aren't necessarily looking for a new job. Some of the reasons for this belief are as follows: It can provide ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 10-21-2022 03:49 PM
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My costume is still up in the air this year. But I can fondly recall my senior year of college (after most of my classmates and I had completed internships). I walked into a Halloween party hosted by a classmate, and pretty much everyone had dug out their field gear to dress as a "construction worker". ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 10-12-2022 08:06 AM
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Occasionally, some of us find ourselves traveling through work. For others, travel is a normal part of their job requirements.  I'm curious to learn about some of the more interesting places that others have traveled for work. This could either be for project-related matters or for volunteering on ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 10-06-2022 02:51 PM
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I can think of two or three classmates who I graduated with that went for online masters through Old Dominion after undergrad. I'm not sure how they all knew it offered programs that they were interested in, but it must be somewhat easy to find or well-advertised since they all ended up enrolling there. ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 09-22-2022 02:17 PM
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Hi Syed, Having a background in programming languages and in statistics is actually a somewhat rare set of skills for many traditional civil engineers.  To be brief, while it is not something that may usually be needed in traditional design work, your skills would still be very useful in water resources ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 09-16-2022 11:41 AM
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I got another good one recently. "We're currently moving another engineer from your company who is displeased with their lack of advancement opportunities". Another flat-out lie apparently. Its been a month since I received that email and nobody from the company I work at has left.  Emails like ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 09-16-2022 11:41 AM
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Hi!  I was a student who usually had a hard time learning in real-time during class because I was more focused on taking the correct notes. I found that studying with certain friends and classmates was very helpful if I didn't understand a concept, but I also had to study just as much on my own once ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 09-07-2022 10:25 PM
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While not a role model from industry per say, I've always considered myself fortunate to have a father who worked in many different levels of management in non-engineering roles throughout his life. He taught me (and still does teach me) many things about the non-technical side of the working world. ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 09-07-2022 10:25 PM
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You wear a lot of cool hats Heidi!  Recently in my own work, I find myself focusing most on applying team hours effectively, in order to make sure that the different projects we're working on are finished by their respective due dates. This also comes with having to become a bean counter with respect ...