bridge civil engineer

tiltų statybos inžinierius statusas T sritis profesijos apibrėžtis Inžinierius, kuris projektuoja tiltus, planuoja, organizuoja ir prižiūri jų statybą, eksploatavimą ir remontą. Jis išnagrinėja projektus, parenka tinkamiausią vietą statyboms, konsultuojasi su vyriausybės pareigūnais ir kitais specialistais projektuojant efektyvias ir saugias tiltų ir užtvankų sistemas. Specializuojasi nuolatinių,, kabamųjų, pakeliamųjų, pontoninių ir kitokių tiltų ar statinių, tokių kaip viadukas ar aplinkelis, projektavimo, statybos, eksploatavimo ir remonto srityse. atitikmenys: angl. bridge civil engineer; bridge construction engineer pranc. ingénieur civil des ponts, m

Inžinieriai, technikai ir technologai. Trikalbis aiškinamasis žodynėlis. . 2005.

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