What is a Structural Technologist?
A Structural Technologist plays a key role in the design, planning, and construction of building projects. A Structural Technologist helps to assess whether building plans and materials are suitable for the project. A Structural Technologist works closely with design teams and architects to ensure the safety of a structure.
What are the typical daily duties for a Structural Technologist?
From employer to employer and project to project the job description of a Structural Technologist can vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Inspecting buildings to assess structural integrity
Working with design teams and other professionals on construction plans
Developing design ideas usingCAD
Using computer modelling simulations to predict how structures will act under varying conditions
Providing technical engineering advice
Obtaining planning and building regulation approvals.
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Located around 100 miles southwest of Berlin, Leipzig is Germany’s eighth most populous city with an estimated population of 597,000. Leipzig covers an area of 114 square miles and is known as a trade city since the time of the Roman Empire. Leipzig has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, including;
Rail tunnel project
A major engineering project in the industrial city of Leipzig is set to transform transport links in both the urban area and south-east Germany. The new city tunnel will end the inefficiency of reversals at a central terminus, improve connections, and provide interchanges with surface running buses and trams. This project will see a total of 1,500 jobs created and is estimated to cost in the region of €750m.
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