Engineering consulting

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Engineering consulting is the practice of performing engineering as a Consulting Engineer. It assists individuals, public and private companies with process management, idea organization, product design, fabrication, MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations), servicing, tech advice, tech specifications, tech estimating, costing, budgeting, valuation, branding, and marketing.[1]

Engineering consulting firms may involve Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Environmental, Chemical, Industrial, and Agricultural, Electronics and Telecom, Computer and Network, Instrumentation and Control, IT, Manufacturing and Production, Aerospace, Marine, Fire and Safety, etc.[2][3]


In certain countries, the title "Consulting Engineer" lacks legal protection, while in other countries, it necessitates a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a Government License.


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  2. ^ "ACEI". House of Tiles. Retrieved 2019-02-06.
  3. ^ Jaafar, Mastura; Aziz, Abdul Rashid Abdul; Wai, Andy Lian Shin (30 September 2008). "Marketing Practices of Professional Engineering Consulting Firms:Implement or Not to Implement?". Journal of Civil Engineering and Management. 14 (3): 199–206. doi:10.3846/1392-3730.2008.14.17.

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