If you’re a graduate engineer fresh out of university and just starting your careers as a professional engineer, you’re about to earn some serious money.
Sadly you have probably haven’t learned heaps about keeping money once you’ve made it. You’re great at engineering but know absolutely nothing about how to make money work for you.
Don’t you think it would be better to have some good ideas about how to manage your new-found wealth?
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Here’s a list of things that make houses move and crack. How many of these can you identify in your house:
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If you’re a structural engineer and you’ve just been asked to inspect a suspended concrete slab before it is poured, now is definitely a good time to go through the things you should be looking for when you carry out your inspection.
Here are my 5 most important things to check when inspecting a suspended concrete slab:
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Cornell Engineers was engaged by Brisbane Builder Rigoli Constructions to design the footings and slab for this massive house at Cedar Creek.
With 657m2 of single level slab on ground including 300m2 of verandah, this house is BIG!
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