The Essential Toolbox for Young EngineersBy
- Frederick Plummer
Engineers typically put in charge of complex design projects, including mechanical, industrial, chemical, and civil engineers; New and mid-level managers in manufacturing and process industries responsible for team management on engineering projects; Both senior undergraduate and graduate-level engineers about to enter the workplace, including mechanical, industrial, civil, electrical, and chemical engineers.
Hardbound, 240 Pages
Published: May 2007
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
"Project Engineering is an excellent reference work on the basis of launching an engineering career amd staying on the right course." "Project Engineering was written with two goals in mind: helping the freshly minted engineer survive his or her first foray into the workforce and aiding the established working engineer as he or she seeks to advance to a leadership oisition." "Beginning with a description of the scope of a project engineer's typical areas of responsilbiliy, Plummer noted that they run the gamut from core planning to safety, risk management, cost control, and scheduling." Civil Engineering, Ray Bert