Prospects for International Engineering Practiceby Richard N. Wright, (F.ASCE), Director; Nat'l. Inst. of Stds. and Tech., Center for Bldg. Tech., Bldg 226, Gaithersburg, MD,
American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
978-0-87262-753-6 (ISBN-13) | 0-87262-753-5 (ISBN-10), 1990, Soft Cover, Pg. 72
See all papers/chapter
Conference information: Eighth Structures Congress, A Session | Baltimore, Maryland, United States | 1-May-90
Out of Print: Not available at ASCE Bookstore.
Abstract: International trade is growing in construction products and services. It is stimulated by international efforts to reduce technical barriers to trade and the formation of a single European market in 1992. This book contains papers describing the challenges and opportunities of international engineering practice. Developments of engineering standards, codes, product approval systems and infrastructure construction are described for the single European market. International standards and product testing and certification systems are described with note of opportunities and benefits of United States participation. The evolution of the U.S. building regulatory system is considered in light of requirements for reciprocity with the international system. Activities are described of U.S., Canadian, and European engineering organizations to establish bases for mutual recognition of engineering qualifications.
Subject Headings: Engineering profession | Business management | Standards and codes | Infrastructure construction | Light (artificial) | Infrastructure | Systems engineering | North America | United States
Return to search