The most important duty in the planning stage is completed by AEAK civil engineers, who examine the construction site and the surrounding environment. The duty entails searching and examining the location and determining whether construction is feasible. In other words, our ability to select the ideal site will have a significant impact on the building’s performance.

After looking for the ideal construction site, we begin work on the project’s design plan, which describes important factors as well as the components that need to be adjusted before construction can begin. The final task for our team is to create the precise design layout while taking into mind the client’s specifications. Additionally, this is the point at which we record all the potential risks that the project design suggests.

Once the project gets going, one of our team members also starts doing a more rigorous work by taking over the administration of the construction crew and on-site progress monitoring. Therefore, in addition to managing construction projects, project managers may also use our civil engineers to make sure that their paid time spent on the site was valuable and that the project is proceeding according to schedule.
Our civil engineer also must develop open lines of contact with all other parties involved, including architects and subcontractors. When errors are found on the job site, we need to be able to alert the project manager right away so that they may be fixed right away and a change order is avoided.
They are also the project manager’s go-to person for making sure the project stays on track and within budget. We must make sure that the building is planned out and that the necessary supplies are obtained.
Given all these duties, it should come as no surprise that our civil engineer is one of the most crucial workers on our construction projects.