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I attempt to add some useful information regarding the civil engineering and construction industry as possible as I can.
I am a graduate civil engineer, still studying in Military Technological College in Sultanate of Oman to be exact. My pathway of individual project is a structure where I perform calculations to design the reinforcement required for the structural elements, such as slabs, beams, columns and footings.
I have passions in the specialization of renewability of resources and how the efficient greenhouse building can contribute to help the surrounded environment.
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