Welcome to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and environmental engineers design the foundations of modern society. Our department focuses on offering tangible solutions for the built environment, and providing students with the resources necessary to succeed within the field of civil and environmental engineering.
Civil and environmental engineering prepares students so that they can effectively plan, design, construct and maintain living and working spaces; along with infrastructure such as skyscrapers, motorways, bridges, tunnels and dams. It’s critical for meeting the needs of environmental protection and urban regeneration; with economically sustainable systems that manage clean water supply, wastewater treatment, land and air pollution.
The University of Auckland offers a strong and distinguished tradition of civil and environmental engineering research and education. Graduates of our department can be certain that they are entering the professional sphere with a solid and diverse body of knowledge that will serve them well within any engineering career.
BE(Hons) graduate takes on Stanford
18 May 2016University of Auckland graduate Viranchi Patel is currently completing a masters degree in structural and earthquake engineering at Stanford University.
International research helping to build back better after a disaster
28 April 2016Professor Suzanne Wilkinson and Dr Sandeeka Mannakarra’s received a Highly Commended Paper Prize in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
Dean's Lecture Series: Tony Fernando Event as iCalendar
31 August 2016, 4:30 - 5:30pmOur next speaker is Dr Tony Fernando from FMHS, and in this presentation, the basic psychology and neuroscience of happiness research, as informed by positive psychology and affective neuroscience will be reviewed.
TRC Seminars on Modelling and Simulation of Transport Facilities Event as iCalendar
21 September 2016 - 23 September 2016Professor Benjamin Heydecker (University College London) presents a special seminar series on Modelling and Simulation of Transport Facilities.
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