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The Dilemma of Engineers

Published in On the Job

More often, engineers at project sites keep themselves busy resolving man made problems than designing for the natural forces of nature using applied science and technology. But if everything works as per design, and people do not make mistakes, or management does not change opinion, an engineer’s life will be very uninteresting and unromantic. It is the intellectual challenges that springs up every day on projects out of nowhere that keep the project field engineers life interesting and engaging.

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A bolt out of the blue

Published in On the Job

At times the problems look so difficult and complicated but solutions are simple if right stake holders are involved in resolving.

Gas turbine foundation is the most important concrete foundation of a combined cycle power plant. Starting right from design engineering to pouring of concrete, a group of specialist very carefully review and approve the every aspect of design including the details of concrete pouring methodology.

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The Sinking Tanks

Published in On the Job

There is a well-known saying “One accurate measurement is worth a thousand expert opinions”. And nowhere else it is more appropriate than at project sites, where every day, new problems surface and most problems are in the realm of physical interference, hard mismatch, slow movement or settlement.

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