What Are Civil And Industrial Engineering?
At Brotcke Well & Pump, we only employ the most trustworthy and talented civil and industrial engineers. However, many people don’t know exactly what these engineers do, and how they differ from one another and other types of engineers. To gain a better understanding of why exactly we’re the most capable engineers to take care of your well, you have to understand what we do.
A civil engineer is defined as an engineer who designs and maintains roads, bridges, dams, and similar structures. That essentially means that they work on engineering things that will be used for the public good, and a well certainly fits under that category. Civil engineers try to ensure the most efficient and effective operation and maintenance of all public works. They try to cut down on power costs, increase productivity, and relieve community stresses.
Civil Engineering is said to be the oldest form of engineering. Though we think of it in terms of complicated infrastructure, like maintenance of highways, civil engineering really refers to any engineering concerning the built environment. The first civil engineers were probably beavers, building dams in order to create ponds in which to build their homes.
Industrial engineering is defined as the branch of engineering concerned with the design and operation of industrial processes. Industrial processes are those processes associated with industry, which is defined as economic activity concerned with the processing of raw materials and manufacture of goods in factories. Industrial wells are great tools, which we have and will continue to talk about in other blog posts. Our industrial engineers are well equipped to work with our civil engineers and design the right well for you.
Depending on what type of well you need help rehabilitating, maintaining, designing, or constructing, you will be in need of a civil or industrial engineer. Though the general skill set for engineering is standard across the board (a wealth of knowledge concerning science, mathematics, etc.), it is special that at Brotcke Well & Pump we have both civil and industrial engineers on staff to work on the projects that they have been specially trained to handle.