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structural engineer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Civil
structural engineerˌstructural engiˈneer noun [countable]  BOTECan engineer skilled in planning the building of large structures such as bridgesstructural engineering noun [uncountable]
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structural engineerTo overcome this templates were made and a structural engineer took constant vertical and horizontal measurements to plot the path of construction.I face the same problems as a structural engineer.As a structural engineer, he draws conclusions about overly high chimneys, mortar quality, and roofing tiles.If they have, then a structural engineer must be asked to advise.A structural engineer or knowledgeable contractor can advise you on that.Veronica, a civil and structural engineer, also has a technical day at work.Anyone with a wall problem should hire a qualified structural engineer to write a specification that will solve the problem.For the structural engineer considering how to design a steel skeleton for the skyscraper, there were certain important implications.
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