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Righteous Indignation June 21, 2010

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Whether you like it or not, your professional engineering career is specifically geared toward clients who likely do not understand the technical design process. You are, after all, the professional. It’s easy to develop the sense that were it not for your unique skills, your clients would surely not be able to accomplish their goals. But, as we’ve discussed before, engineering education and licensure are merely the price of admission. More experienced engineers (more…)

Just a Reminder June 13, 2010

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How do you justify your capital expenditures or budget decisions? If yours is a typical firm, management should undertake at least an informal cost/benefit assessment, but there are undoubtedly also many (more…)