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Engineers - All in Washington
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Buescher Ditch & Associates Inc - Washington, MO - Phone: (636) 239-6255
Buescher Frankenberg Associates - Washington, MO - Phone: (636) 239-4751
Burke & Associates Land Surveyors - Washington, MO - Phone: (636) 239-0172
Engineering Concepts Inc - Washington, MO - Phone: (636) 239-1050
KJ Unnerstall Construction CO - Washington, MO - Phone: (636) 239-2028
Net Engineers - Washington, MO - Phone: (573) 860-6388
Washington Engineering & Architecture - Washington, MO - Phone: (636) 239-6550
Helpful Definition for: Engineers - All
An engineer in Washington is a professional practitioner of engineering, concerned with applying scientific knowledge, mathematics and ingenuity to develop solutions for technical problems. Engineers design materials, structures, machines, and systems while considering the limitations imposed by practicality, safety and cost. Engineers are grounded in applied sciences, and their work in research and development is distinct from the basic research focus of scientists. The work of engineers forms the link between scientific discoveries and the applications that meet the needs of society. The responsibilities of the engineer may include defining problems, conducting and narrowing research, analyzing criteria, finding and analyzing solutions, and making decisions. Much of the time is spent on researching, locating, applying, and transferring information.
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