Architects and engineers: What makes the difference?
Vélez Delgado, Gilberto A.
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The historic dispute between architects and engineers, particularly civil engineers, is nonsense. Both professions are prestigious and dedicate themselves to covering separate and distinct aspects of the design of buildings and monuments. Engineers extensively use mathematics, basic sciences and engineering sciences to perform the engineering design of any facility while.the architects depend heavily on the liberal arts and the physical models (mock ups) for the architectural design of buildings and monuments. Each covers important, but totally different, aspects of a whole, particularly of a multistory building.