What is the difference between construction engineering and structural engineering?

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Asked Apr 12, 2016
Generally, structural engineering is categorized as an area of specialization of civil engineering. But through the years, modern development in science and architecture has made structural engineering into a separate discipline. The difference between civil engineering and structural engineering is tricky.
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civilengineers
Answered Jun 07, 2016
Structural engineering is the sub-field of civil engineering that deals with the designing of the shape and structure of the man-made constructions by contemplating the constancy, rigidity, and power of the buildings. While construction engineering, also being the sub-discipline of civil engineering deals with the scheming, organization, construction and supervision of infrastructures and buildings.

rgcer
Answered Feb 05, 2019
structural engineering is an advanced specialization after they become a civil engineer, who deals with road, dam, water treatments, canals etc.
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Answered 9 days ago

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