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Employers of Civil Engineering majors in IA

Civil engineers design, construct, supervise, operate, and maintain large construction projects and systems, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment. Civil engineers generally work indoors in offices. However, many spend time outdoors at construction sites so they can monitor operations or solve problems onsite. Most work full time. Civil engineers need a bachelor’s degree, either in civil engineering or civil engineering technology. They typically need a graduate degree and licensure for promotion to senior positions. Though licensure requirements vary within the U.S., civil engineers must usually be licensed in the locations where they provide services publicly. The median annual wage for civil engineers was $79,340 in May 2012. Employment of civil engineers is projected to grow 20 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. As infrastructure continues to age, civil engineers will be needed to manage projects to rebuild bridges, repair roads, and upgrade levees and dams.

Civil Engineers

Civil engineers conceive, design, build, supervise, operate, construct, and maintain infrastructure projects and systems in the public and private sector, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment. They perform engineering duties in planning, designing, and overseeing construction and maintenance of building structures, and facilities, such as roads, railroads, airports, bridges, harbors, channels, dams, irrigation projects, pipelines, power plants, and water and sewage systems. Includes architectural, structural, traffic, ocean, and geo-technical engineers. Civil engineers generally work in a variety of locations and conditions. It is common for them to split their time between working in an office and working outdoors at construction sites so that they can monitor operations or solve problems onsite. Most work full time. Civil engineers need a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, in one of its specialties, or in civil engineering technology. They typically need a graduate degree and licensure for promotion to senior positions. Although licensure requirements vary by state, civil engineers usually must be licensed if they provide services directly to the public. The median annual wage for civil engineers was $84,770 in May 2017. Employment of civil engineers is projected to grow 11 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. As infrastructure continues to age, civil engineers will be needed to manage projects to rebuild, repair, and upgrade bridges, roads, levees, dams, airports, buildings, and structures of all types.

Civil Engineering Technicians

Civil engineering technicians help civil engineers to plan, design, and build highways, bridges, utilities, and other infrastructure projects. They also help to plan, design, and build commercial, industrial, residential, and land development projects. Civil engineering technicians work in offices, where they help civil engineers plan and design projects. Civil engineering technicians also visit jobsites where a construction project is taking place, to collect or test materials or observe the project and act as a project inspector. Although not always required, an associate’s degree in civil engineering technology is preferred for employment as a civil engineering technician. The median annual wage for civil engineering technicians was $51,620 in May 2017. Employment of civil engineering technicians is projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026, as fast as the average for all occupations. The need to preserve, repair, upgrade, and enhance an aging infrastructure will sustain demand for these workers.

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Company City State
Graham Fehr
Architectural Arts, Inc.
Walter Inc
County of Pottawattamie
Pottawattamie County Engineer
BSB Design, Inc.
Veenstra & Kimm, Inc
Wrh, Inc.
Wendler
Neumann Monson, Inc.
Neumann, Monson
County of Johnson
Johnson Cnty Secondary Rd Dept
County of Jasper
Jasper County Engineers
Opn Inc
Ament Inc
Wyhe's Choice, Inc.
Dutchland Frozen Foods
County of Palo Alto
Palo Alto County Engineers
River Cities Engineering
Civil Engineering Consultants Inc
Kuehl & Payer, Ltd.
Anderson Engineering of Minnesota, LLC
County of Clay
Clay County Engineers Office
Clapsaddle-Garber Associates, Inc.
Iowa Department of Transportation
District Engineer Office
US Army Corps of Engineers
T.L.C. Diversified, Inc.
Iowa Department of Transportation
Digital Design & Engr
Civil Design Advantage
Rohrbach Associates PC
Caruth Construction, Inc.
Vanmerica, LLC
Missman, Inc.
Hall and Hall Engineers, Inc.
County of Lucas
Lucas County Secondary Rd Dept
Cannon Moss Brygger & Associates, PC
Cannon Moss Brygger Architects
Kuehl & Payer, Ltd.
Struxture Architects, P.L.C.
Struxture Architects
Van Winkle-Jacob Engineering, Inc.
V J Engineering
Shermco Industries
Aspect Architecture Design Inc
Aspect
Bishop Engineering Company Inc
M. A. Mortenson Companies, Inc.
Mortenson Construction
Cbre Heery, Inc.
Substance, LLC
Substnce Arch Interiors Design
Dlr Group Inc.
Frk Architects Engineers
Frk Architects Engineers
Sulentic Fischels Commercial Group
Jacobson Westergard & Assoc Inc
Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (delaware)
Design Alliance, Inc.
C. L. Carroll Co., Inc.
Invision Architect Limited Inc
Colby Yaggy Associates Inc
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