Deborah Suazo-Davila
Deborah Suazo-Davila
Civil Engineer, US Army Corp of Engineers
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Biography

My name is Deborah Suazo-Davila. Yes, I have two last names because I'm Hispanic which means I speak Spanish + English. Also, I'm a Civil Engineer working for the US Army Corp of Engineers. Part of my expertise is maintenance and repair of bridges in addition to being certified as a bridge inspector. I went to engineering school because, since I was a little girl, I had all kinds of questions, and I was fascinated with buildings and how they get built. I still love math and things that involve numbers, but most of all I LOVE BEING a GIRL!!! Being a female engineer has opened doors for me! I want to help other girls to get thru those doors too.

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  • George asked Deborah Suazo-Davila, US Army Corp of Engineers

    Added Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 11:06 AM

    Are you a construction worker?
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    Deborah Suazo-Davila, US Army Corp of Engineers
    Answered Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 11:06 AM

    No. Im not a construction worker. Normally when a civil engineer is in the construction site, we are NOT building anything. We are supervising the job. We make sure it all gets done. We try not to micro-manage because we have foreman and construction ...

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  • Chat, New York

    Added Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 11:44 PM

    Hi! How are you? Im planning to take a up Civil Engineering but Im not good at math and drawing do you think should I go for it? I mean based in your experience? Thank you so much! :)
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    Deborah Suazo-Davila, US Army Corp of Engineers
    Answered Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 11:44 PM

    What do you mean not good at math? Have you tried Pre-Calculus, Geometry, Calculus, and Algebra? Do you understand them?

    Engineering itself no matter which one it is, its about math in a 50% of the time. You don't have to be the best mathematician ...

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