Laura Helbling
Laura Helbling
Project Engineer, JC Hines & Associates, LLC
Cincinnati, OH

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Laura Helbling is a Project Engineer at JC Hines & Associates focusing primarily in the geo-structural design of retaining walls and earth retention structures for public infrastructure and site development projects across the United States. As a student at the University of Dayton, Laura was selected as an undergraduate teaching assistant by the faculty of the geotechnical engineering department and as Geotechnical Engineering Manager by her civil engineering classmates for their senior project. Laura holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Dayton and is registered in the state of Ohio as an Engineer Intern (E.I.).
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  • Meghana asked Laura Helbling, JC Hines & Associates, LLC

    Added Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 11:24 AM

    Hi! I am a senior in high school, I have always excelled in art and creative fields like designing and constructing buildings and large props for musicals at my school. I thought civil engineering would be a solid choice for me because I like designing and creating, but I am also about average in my math, physics and chemistry courses and I am wondering how that will affect me going into college next year.
    Related to Choosing a Degree, Civil, Difficult Classes, Engineering Branches, Math & Science, Preparation for College, Self Doubt
    Answers 1
    Rebecca Goldberg, Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP
    Answered Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 1:43 PM

    Hi Meghana, thank you for your question! It's great to consider civil engineering, which probably has the most sub-disciplines of any engineering field, so it can give many options. Much of engineering is problem solving, so a creative mind is an ...

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  • Lia, Hamilton

    Added Monday, January 9, 2017 at 10:15 PM

    I'm in my final year of high school, and I am trying to decide between Civil and Mechanical Engineering. I am currently leaning towards Civil, but would that mean I would have to travel frequently? I do not mind travelling from time to time, but I do want to be close to friends and family. I also heard that there were design firms, where civil engineers have office jobs, but do they require previous experience of being on-site (which probably means travelling a lot?) ? Would it also require ...
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    Laura Helbling, JC Hines & Associates, LLC
    Answered Monday, January 9, 2017 at 10:15 PM
    I am a geotechnical engineer, a field of civil engineering that focuses on the mechanics of subsurface soil and rock and the design of structures placed on these materials. I work for a consulting firm that specializes in retaining wall design. ...
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