Houston, Los Angeles and Denver top the list of the top 10 places to be a civil engineer this year as they did last year. What's New? Seattle and the North Carolina Research Triangle area have fallen; Austin, Texas and Philadelphia are on the move; and Dallas is rising rapidly. ASCE, senior geotechnical engineer at Shannon & Wilson in Denver and president of the ASCE Denver branch. The metropolitan area will need the creativity of younger civil engineers to stay competitive, Starace says.
ASCE, the head of engineering at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, may never be more true than in the post-pandemic era. Chicago lights up Like so many cities, Chicago is planning for its future, and that means there's no shortage of work for civil engineers in the Windy City. And with one of the busiest airports in the world and an extensive motorway network in need of maintenance and improvement, there will be no shortage of jobs for transport engineers either. All of this work, plus lots of cultural activities and events and plenty of civil engineering employers to choose from, make Chicago a great place for civil engineers, especially those just starting out, Homola says.
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