Engineering Towers

By: Dylan Butler

Introduction

In the real world we use metal, wood, glass and etc.. but it helps us do most of our everyday things like go to work or go to school or even go to a business to just look around. We have to remind ourselves who built these towers and why they did it.

Sessions

In the 2nd Session, you make a design for your tower and you can make it any way you want but it has to be 3 or 4 sides. In the 3rd Session, you construct one side of your tower and learn about the forces that act upon structures and how to strengthen your tower. In the 4th Session, you construct the rest of your tower and learn how towers strengthen other structures. In the 5th Session, you continue to construct the rest of your tower. In the 6th Session, you complete you tower and then assemble it.

Conclusion

This helps us have jobs and a place to stay to work. People construct Towers for business men and women. We need to thank every person that has constructed something very useful. There are many different engineers and they all help us in everyday life.

Painter Counstruction and Maintenance

Summary

Quick Facts: Painters, Construction and Maintenance

2012 Median Pay $35,190 per year
$16.92 per hour

Entry-Level Education Less than high school

Work Experience in a Related Occupation None

On-the-job Training Moderate-term on-the-job training

Number of Jobs, 2012 316,200

Job Outlook, 2012-22 20% (Faster than average)

Employment Change, 2012-22 62,600

Aircraft and Avionics Equipment Mechanics and Technicians

Summary

Quick Facts: Aircraft and Avionics Equipment Mechanics and Technicians

2012 Median Pay $55,230 per year
$26.55 per hour

Entry-Level Education See How to Become One

Work Experience in a Related Occupation None

On-the-job Training None

Number of Jobs, 2012 138,900

Job Outlook, 2012-22 2% (Little or no change)

Employment Change, 2012-22 3,500

Wind Turbine Technicians

Summary

Quick Facts: Wind Turbine Technicians

2012 Median Pay $45,970 per year
$22.10 per hour

Entry-Level Education Some college, no degree

Work Experience in a Related Occupation None

On-the-job Training Long-term on-the-job training

Number of Jobs, 2012 3,200

Job Outlook, 2012-22 24% (Much faster than average)

Employment Change, 2012-22 800