A typical workday in a Plumbing Engineers’ life consists of handling all aspects of the design process, including analyzing the building, performing design calculations, and choosing the appropriate plumbing system and equipment for installation. Engineers work on projects in various structures, such as healthcare facilities, commercial businesses, and government organizations. Plumbing engineers usually work in office environments for consulting or engineering firms, but they may also need to visit construction or building projects. Plumbing Engineers’ demand continues to increase with new construction and the need to design layout plans for drainage and water supply systems for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
We are currently seeking an experienced Plumbing Engineer to manage project budgets, design and implement plumbing systems, and manage teams. As a Plumbing Engineer, you will operate with various departments to develop all construction and electrical specifications for all plumbing projects.
As our company’s plumbing engineer, you will monitor and conduct tests on different materials and equipment, and maintain knowledge on all product specifications and ensure compliance with all required standards.
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a plumbing engineer usually requires a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or architectural engineering. Alternatively, some employers may accept an associate’s degree if you have relevant design work experience.
Based on the job and the experience, the range will vary quite a bit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for plumbers in 2018 was $42.51/hour or $88,430 a year. The job market for Plumbing Installers over the next ten years looks to grow by 4%. Compensation and pay can vary based on your local city and state.
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