Preface xv Acknowledgments xvii Contributing Authors xix Contributing Editors xxiii List of Abbreviations xxvii Chapter 1 Introduction 1 Chapter 2 Background and History of the Profession 17 Chapter 3 Ethics 63 Chapter 4 Professional Engagement 95 Chapter 5 The Engineer's Role in Project Development 125 Chapter 6 What Engineers Deliver 157 Chapter 7 Executing a Professional Commission?Project Management 183 Chapter 8 Permitting 227 Chapter 9 The Client Relationship and Business Development 247 Chapter 10 Leadership 265 Chapter 11 Legal Aspects of Professional Practice 281 Chapter 12 Managing the Civil Engineering Enterprise 341 Chapter 13 Communicating as a Professional Engineer 365 Chapter 14 Having a Life 385 Chapter 15 Globalization 399 Chapter 16 Sustainability 439 Chapter 17 Emerging Technologies 471 Appendix A Example RFP 507 Appendix B Example Proposal 515 Appendix C Example Feasibility Study Report 533 Appendix D Example Short Technical Report: The Benefits of Green Roofs 585 Appendix E Example Specification: Cast-in-Place Concrete 593 Appendix F Contracts 603 Index 705
Karen Lee Hansen, PhD , is Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction Management at California State University. She holds a master of science in construction engineering and management and a doctorate in civil engineering from Stanford University. A former engineering manager at The Boeing Company, Dr. Hansen has worked as a senior project manager and construction engineer for large general contractors in the commercial and industrial sectors. She is a Certified Design-Build Professional, a member of the ASCE and AIA, and has worked with diverse organizations including BAA, Bechtel, City of Los Angeles, Department of Trade and Industry (London), EPA, Ecole Alsacienne (Paris), Ove Arup (London), the Tokyo Institute of Technology, and the Universities of Brighton, Loughborough, Salford, Strathclyde, and Sussex in the UK. Kent E. Zenobia, PE, BCEE , works for the California Department of Water Resources as the Chief of the Project Delivery Branch responsible for major flood reduction and site restoration construction projects. He previously served as a senior program manager at URS Corporation and chief environmental engineer for Kleinfelder. He has more than thirty-five years of professional technical and engineering management experience. He is a Fellow of ASCE, a registered engineer in nine states, and a Board Certified Environmental Engineer, and recognized as a national expert in environmental engineering by the American Academy of Environmental Engineering. He has authored or coauthored significant reports, papers, and articles for clients such as the U.S. Navy, DuPont, Intel, NASA, BP/ARCO, Shell Oil, and the U.S. Air Force, among others.