OfficialPlanner is the only other cyburbanite I've met - and that was yesterday. Hopefully I'll be meeting jmf soon!
bturk said:Oh I kknew what it was (remember my avatar from flag week?)
I just think 99% of the population has no concept of these things. Around here most people dont know about the yellow 'equal' sign on the blue background for the HRC either.
jtfortin said:I would really like to take a landscape architecture course or two. It would come in handy when reviewing plans.
Mike DeVuono said:Get an engineering degree....
jtfortin said:It has been my experience that a large segment of the engineering profession has terrible people skills.
My firm partners with engineering firms simply to be the "people persons" on projects. Our presentations come across so much better, they say.
Mike DeVuono said:You don't have to go to school to work as an engineer, just to get licensed without 10+ years experience.
You wouldn't believe the number of engineers/designers I know who are strictly trained on the job, alot don't even have a college degree.
biscuit said:This should be on the Claim to Shame, oops...I mean Fame, thread. I read somewhere that Greenville, SC has the highest per-capita concentration of engineers in the US.
No wonder the state has such a bad rep with its edubication system.
I am married to an engineer and chances are someday I will live in Greenville, SC.