Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Civil Engineers
Civil engineers in healthcare are responsible for designing, building, and maintaining infrastructure related to healthcare facilities. This may include the construction and maintenance of buildings, roads, and other facilities, as well as the design and installation of water and sewage systems.
Civil engineers in healthcare may also be involved in the design and construction of specialized healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, and long-term care facilities. They may also be involved in the development of plans and specifications for healthcare projects, as well as the inspection of construction sites to ensure that work is being completed in accordance with plans and regulations.
To become a civil engineer in healthcare, individuals typically need to have a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a related field and be licensed as a professional engineer. Some positions may also require additional education or training, as well as experience in the field. Professional certification, such as the Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) credential from the American Hospital Association, may also be beneficial for advancement in the field.
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