Civil, Mechanical, Electrical
Architectural engineers focus on the engineering aspects of buildings; they design the structural systems, the mechanical systems and the lighting and electrical systems of buildings while tackling the challenges related to managing the construction process. Architectural engineers design aesthetic lighting solutions to create buildings prepared to withstand earthquakes and other natural and build facilities that improve the standard of living and overall quality of life. They are creative problem solvers meeting the challenges of energy needs, building systems, urban development and community planning. Architectural engineers design functional and disasters or invent affordable green technology to heat, cool and power homes, offices and large facilities with energy from the sun.
Architectural Engineers work closely with architects and other disciplines of engineering (often in teams of consultants) that apply engineering principles to the construction process, ensuring a building is safe, built on time and budget and sustainable.
Architectural engineering is a relatively new licensed profession, emerging in the 20th century as a result of the rapid technological advancement of the Industrial Revolution. Architectural engineers are engineers that specialize in making buildings. This is a particularly important profession today since our world is immersed in two major technological revolutions, (1) that of rapidly advancing computer technology, and (2) the parallel revolution arising from the need to create a sustainable planet. Architectural engineers are at the forefront of both historical opportunities.
Built on a legacy of thousands of years of gradual innovation in construction technology and scientific advancement, architectural engineers apply the latest scientific knowledge and technologies to the design of buildings. For those of us living in North Cyprus, we spend on average 60-70 years of life inside buildings. The structural safety and reliability of these buildings and the quality of the air we breathe inside of them are designed by architectural engineers. Since most of all energy in North Cyprus is consumed by buildings, the energy that we can conserve and the construction technologies required to build sustainable cities are important issues that architectural engineers are skilled in. Working closely with architects and construction teams, architectural engineers enable the making of our everyday buildings as well as our monumental buildings. From the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to the construction of resilient buildings, architectural engineers are at the forefront of addressing several major challenges of the 21st century.
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