Historical Figures in Engineering Imhotep
05 May 21
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All of the world’s most incredible built structures are the results of Civil Engineering. The tallest buildings, the longest bridges, the largest dams, all exist because of this discipline. Even more critically, things like our water and energy systems all run off the genius of civil engineers.
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