Geology in Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is the part of the engineering that deals with the construction & maintenance of roads, bridges, giant buildings, airports, ports, subways, dams, mines, and different giant-scale developments. For an engineering project to achieve success, the engineers should perceive the land upon that the project rests. Geologists study the land to work out whether or not it's stable enough to support the planned project. Some civil engineers use geologists to look at rocks for vital metals, oil, fossil fuel, and groundwater. the worth of earth science in mining has long been acknowledged however its use in engineering has been recognized solely in relatively recent years. earth science provides scientific information on construction material, its prevalence, composition, durability, and different properties. For an example of such construction materials is building stones, road metal, clay, rock & dirt. The information on the geologic work of natural agencies like water, wind, ice and helps in coming up with and effecting major engineering works.


  • Construction of dams, tunnels, highways, etc.,
  • Civil and structural engineering
  • Civil infrastructure and climate systems
  • Advanced materials for structural engineering

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June 07-08, 2021

2rd Global Summit on Earth Science and Climate Change

Prague, Czech Republic

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