Highly qualified in scientific and technical terms, the construction engineer is involved in the various phases of the work, during the design and implementation of a project. Their role as company managers covers a number of areas: preparing a site and carrying it out, taking into account and complying with the constraints and deadlines imposed. This profession is practised in construction companies, but also within local authorities. Engineers are responsible for the design, execution and quality of the work. The fields of action are wide-ranging: new construction, refurbishment, rail and maritime works, energy, buildings, roads, public works, regional planning, underground works, renewable energies, sustainable development, new materials, etc.



From project outline to completion, the works engineer engineer (civil engineering, building and public works) is responsible for the execution and quality of the works carried out. They manage sites of varying nature and complexity. Responsible for the construction or renovation or refurbishment project, from launch to final handover delivery. In collaboration with the engineers in the engineers, he designs and organises the methods for plans and budgets, while maintaining direct contact with external with external contractors (architects, customers (architects, customers, suppliers, sub-contractors, etc.). They manages all the teams, while ensuring compliance with compliance with standards, budgets and deadlines



They are involved in the design and calculation of the dimensions of structures upstream of the works, and coordinate all the activities and parties involved in the implementation of a project. to implement a project. They study the technical feasibility of the project, choose the most suitable the most appropriate methods, draws up the technical while ensuring compliance with current regulations in force and supervises the work of the technicians to ensure compliance with the specifications



The methods engineer establishes the principles of execution and operating procedures for the project. They develop site methods in conjunction with the works teams. They organise, plan and define the means of installation on site. They help to cost the use of the equipment envisaged during the construction phase. Costing engineers work with architects and/or contractors to establish the overall cost of a project. They are responsible for putting a figure on all the costs and monitoring the provisional budget once the works have started. They must also calculate all the resources required to complete the project, in terms of personnel and materials. In collaboration with the design, methods or structural engineering departments, they negotiate and draw up all the estimates with the service providers and contractors. They are responsible for the financial profitability of a project



The project manager is a manager who supervises the works teams and helps to manage the sites. They are the link between the company's various departments to ensure that project execution. They work with the design office to draw up the figures for the site, validate the plans and plan the various stages of the project. They also "report on the progress and economics of the project to their superiors and to the company's management control". Business engineers have commercial skills, as they represent the company in dealings with the customer or its representatives and guarantee the link with the customer



The QHSE engineer is responsible for designing and monitoring the implementation of the company's policy on quality, health and safety and working conditions. They may also be involved in a certification process and define objectives in terms of quality and sustainable development (ISO standards), health and safety (OHSAS standards). They work on site to train and support operational managers, and ensure compliance with current regulations in force. It monitors compliance with and compliance with QHSE procedures in accordance with standards



Project management involves working in working with the architect to optimise the links and the various constraints between the different involved in a project. In construction and public works companies or local the job of project management assistant is increasingly is increasingly being applied to projects involving the construction projects involving housing or or offices. They act as the link between the customer and all those involved in the project, from design to construction. and all those involved in the project, from design to of the project. Construction project management assistants can also work for private individuals