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Architects and civil engineers
For years architects and civil engineers have had their differences and I have seen people fighting with each other simply because one of them is an architect and other a civil engineer.
I would like to know your opinions about the topic.
Asma Asghar
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Architects and civil engineers
Asma, I would say that regardless of the formal or official titles of architect and civil engineer both are engaged in constructing people spaces.

The difference between architect and civil engineer is in label only. The great architects/engineers in the past such as Mimar Sinan in Ottoman Turkey could and did built anything and everything from mosques, to palaces, bridges, roads, fortresses, etc.
Frank John Snelling
Architects and civil engineers
once upon a time i get tired to fighting with civil engineers that they cannot handle my plans, so i hardly try out and became a structural engineer by myself. Now i have the knowledge, the ability and the experience to design and Analise the infrastructure (reinforced concrete or steel construction)of my buildings.I try to put a name to the deference between architects and civil engineers : THE METEORON OBSSESION (of architects of course)
Konstantinos Zabetas
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