Being a construction engineer is one of the hot job opportunities at HASU ASIA. However, many people wonder if being an engineer in Japan is different from being one in Vietnam. Which company should you register with for the engineer program in Japan? Let’s find the answers together!
The main tasks of a construction engineer include:
- Analyzing investigation reports, maps, and other data to plan projects.
- Examining construction regulations, government standards, and potential hazards in the environment and other factors during the planning and risk analysis phase.
- Conducting and monitoring soil tests to determine the suitability and stability of foundations.
- Inspecting construction materials such as concrete, asphalt, or steel used in specific projects.
- Conducting and overseeing surveys and measurements to establish reference points, grades, and elevations for construction guidance.
- Presenting findings to the public on topics such as bidding proposals, environmental impact reports, and asset descriptions.
- Managing tasks such as repairs, maintenance, and replacement of infrastructure.
What do construction engineers do?
- Civil and industrial construction engineers
- Military construction engineers
- Bridge and road construction engineers
- Airport construction engineers
- Irrigation and water resources construction engineers (port and waterway engineers, hydraulic and hydroelectric construction engineers)
- Coastal and offshore construction engineers (coastal and offshore construction and oil and gas engineers)
- Urban construction engineers
- Construction informatics engineers