This page was redesigned to be able to accomplish its intended purpose; i.e. providing general information about Civil Engineering for those who are not related to this profession, and to students aiming to study Civil Engineering or those studying it now, in order to show the bright face of this profession and how great it effect on the human civilization.
The development includes opening a new sections beside the main section of the previous design for the About CE page which is CE Branches. The new section is CE Extreme structures which will present Civil Engineering structures that are abnormally constructed and designed.

Civil Engineering is about community service, development and improvement. It involves the conception, planning, design construction and operation of facilities essential to modern life, ranging from transit systems to offshore structures to space satellites.
Civil Engineers are problem solvers, meeting the challenge of pollution, traffic, congestion, drinking water, energy needs, urban redevelopment and community planning.

As the oldest branch of engineering, civil engineering has been the foundation of all civilizations throughout history, providing higher standards of life.
The Pyramids, the Coliseum, the Great wall of China are some of the structures where civil engineering principles where mainly used.
Nowadays, Civil Engineering is closely connected to all of our daily activities; the buildings we live in and work in, the transportation networks we use, the water we drink and the drainage and sewage systems we rely on are all results of civil engineering.
In the future, concerns will be rotating about four main axes: space, energy, environment and economy; and Civil Engineers will always be needed to link these themes so that the quality of life is improved.

The role Civil Engineers play in society and the responsibilities they hold, continuously increase with the incredible technological revolution, population growth and environmental concerns.