Overcoming the Woes of Worldwide Workby Eric A. J. Canessa, Civil Engr.; Gibraltor,
Serial Information: Worldwide Projects, 1993, Vol. 1, Issue 3, Pg. 32-35
Document Type: Feature article
Abstract: The author, a civil engineer based in Gibraltar, discusses a variety of pitfalls encountered in international practice, with case histories and lessons learned. They can be caused by differences in language, professional practices and standards, ethics, reliability of information available locally, legal systems, bureaucratic procedures, and the unexpected.
Subject Headings: Case studies | Civil engineering | International factors | Professional practice | Social factors
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