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    Architectural Engineers in Newington


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    Business Listing   Humes Brian W AIA - Newington, CT - Phone: (860) 667-9221


    Business Listing   J Associates Architects - Newington, CT - Phone: (860) 665-7063


    Business Listing   Whaples Thomas A Architect - Newington, CT - Phone: (860) 232-0448


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    Helpful Definition for: Architectural Engineers


    'Architectural engineers' are responsible for building designs and constructions. Architectural engineers in Newington are industry professionals who co-ordinate with architects to deliver their best in the construction of buildings. In Newington, the architectural engineers are taught to gain expertise in one of the fields viz. electrical, structural, mechanical and plumbing but at the same time have a good grasp on the overall requirements of architecture. A technical viewpoint is used by the architectural engineers in Newington to solve the problems which come up during the design of a project. In Newington, for pursuing the career of architectural engineering, one needs to have a degree in architectural engineering and a license too.

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