By Matt Breen, Associated Press The United States is among the only advanced nations in the world without a civil engineering corps.
But the U.S. civil engineering sector is booming, thanks in part to advances in technology, including advances in the field of bioengineering and advanced manufacturing.
The U.N. Environment Program says that between 2011 and 2020, the number of civil engineers grew from 1,621 to 2,971, bringing the total workforce to nearly 2.4 million.
The increase is driven by advances in bioengineering, biofuel production and advanced materials production.
The government has invested millions of dollars to develop technologies that will enable the development of a bioengineered biofuel, for example, and biofuels can be made from plant and animal waste.
The new biofuel could be made with the aid of biocompatible materials that can be used in building biofuel engines, which can make up more than 90 percent of the fuel produced by the U,S.
Civil Engineering Administration.
The biofueling industry has been growing steadily, and is now worth more than $1 trillion.
Civil engineers in the U and other countries are tasked with building bridges, roads, water, electrical and other infrastructure.
The civil engineering program in the country has been around for a long time.
Civil engineers are trained in engineering from the school of civil engineering at Purdue University.
They are often considered to be part of the civil engineers who worked on the Wright Brothers and the first airplane.