Las Vegas: A Brief History

On May 15, 1907, 110 acres of land were auctioned off to J.T. McWilliams by the railroad company. The area between Steward Avenue, Garces Avenue, Main Street, and Fifth Street (known today as Las Vegas Boulevard) became the unincorporated township of Las Vegas, a railroad town and convenient refueling and rest stop between three major…

Reasons To Love Engineering

Love Your Work, and Live Your Life It’s an exciting profession, but one of its greatest advantages is that it will leave you time for all the other things in your life that you love! Be Creative It’s a great outlet for the imagination – The perfect field for independent thinkers. Work With Great People…

Infrastructure Week in America

This week is “Infrastructure Week” and before it ends, let’s learn about this plan that The White House has presented to rebuild America’s infrastructure. The White House has held events all week to promote and educate on this $1 trillion plan to fix the United States infrastructure. Additionally, The White House broke down how those…

The Engineering Careers of Today

In the engineering world, stable careers are in the big-four engineering disciplines (civil, mechanical, industrial, and electrical). In the next decade, demand for engineers is expected to grow by 11 percent, with the National Association of Colleges and Employers reporting that engineering majors currently rank second in the most on demand careers. But engineering changed…

Different Types of Engineering Part II

CONTINUATION OF PREVIOUS BLOG POST: Engineering has a broad meaning and covers many different industries. Mathematics, science and technology are all combinations of what engineers produce as far as solutions to real world issues that need fixing or creation. There are so many different types of engineering degrees available. Before engineering could be divided into…