In Wikipedia You can read about the civil engineering:
"Engineering has been an aspect of life since the beginnings of human existence. Civil engineering might be considered properly commencing between 4000 and 2000 BC in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia when humans started to abandon a nomadic existence, thus causing a need for the construction of shelter. During this time, transportation became increasingly important leading to the development of the wheel and sailing. The construction of Pyramids in Egypt (circa 2700-2500 BC) might be considered the first instances of large structure constructions. Other ancient historic civil engineering constructions include the Parthenon by Iktinos in Ancient Greece (447-438 BC), the Appian Way by Roman engineers (c. 312 BC), and the Great Wall of China by General Meng T'ien under orders from Ch'in Emperor Shih Huang Ti (c. 220 BC). The Romans developed civil structures throughout their empire, including especially aqueducts, insulae, harbours, bridges, dams and roads. ..."
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Flickr Fotodownload: Long Bien bridge
Flickr Fotodownload: Truong Tien Bridge, Hué
L'ingénieur: Alexandre Gustave Eiffel (Frage: Wie beschneiden?) de Alexander Sc
La Tour Eiffel - Abwärts de Alexander Sc
Mitten unter dem beleuchteten Eiffelturm - ganz legal! de Kai Rösler
Elevador de Santa Justa, ... de Fritz G.
Brücke BAB A38 von Sven Wickenhöfer
Flutmulden - Bücke / Version 2 von Guddy Smith