civil engineers can become “lawyers” in construction?
Question by blue: civil engineers can become “lawyers” in construction?
can civil engineer work in this field or this field is for lawyers?
Budgets – Value Engineering
Scheduling and Critical Path Preparation
Contract Negotiation and Review
Lease Obligation Assistance
Architectural / Engineering
Pre-Construction Field Assistance
New Construction &
Site Rehabilitation and Tenant Improvements
Bid Assistance & Package Preparation
Shop Drawing Reviews
Answer by Mike
blue: A civil engineer cannot practice law without a law degree and license. However, a civil engineer can become an expert witness or consultant for construction claims or other litigation in the practice areas you describe. To be considered as an expert witness, an engineer may need to have: significant experience in the areas you describe, registration as a professional engineer, an advanced degree, membership and participation in professional societies such as the American Society of Civil Engineers, recognition by others as an expert in practice areas, and so on. Nolo Press has books on becoming an expert witness.
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