"Around here Autocad is king. My knowledge of Solid Works is minimal, however 3D isn't a strong requirement in many offices. CE's do use Civil3D and Architects use Revit as well, but most LA's I know do not use 3D. …"
I agree with the people who mentioned CE and LS firms. This is how I started and when things slowed in the office, I went outside as a rodman and learned surveying. Working with engineers and surveyors really paid off in the long…"
I guess it depends on your goals in life. If you want to make more money and have potentially more job options, I'd say go with engineering (assuming you can handle the math). If crunching numbers isn't your thing and creativity is,…"
"I've been studying Mandarin Chinese for over a year now. I actually use 2 programs. Rosetta Stone (RS) and Rocket Chinese (RC) (like Pimsluer and Berlitz). I think you need both. I go back and forth between the…"
I found this topic "FOCUS" to be very fascinating.A few weeks ago, I watched a TV program where American Billionaires BILL GATES and WARREN BUFFETT were being interviewed. At one point in the program, both men were asked to write ONE word on a…Continue
Hi, I'm working at landscape design studio. When I search about seat wall or plaza bench, i've found like these images..but i don't know the name of this(mark) and what this is used for. Just for design or purposeful things?please let me know~ …Continue
Trump promises a lot of deregulation, a lot of infrastructure building, jobs, economic growth, and, he's an experienced developer... so how do you think his presidency will impact our profession? Will we see more projects coming in? Less red tape?…Continue