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junaid alam sisodiya

mechanical engineering to MEP engineer.

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Maybe you could start by defining MEP. When I hear those three letters, I think of Mean Effective Pressure, but I don't see a career in that. What did you have in mind?

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I've got a suggestion for you... balance of plant. This topic is rarely covered in school and often under-appreciated by contractors, but essential for so many things. I've worked in the power and industrial plant business for 40 years. BoP makes such a difference when done right or wrong. All of the big industrial A&E (Architectural and Engineering) firms have a team that provides this part of a design. So do EPCs (Engineering Procurement Contractors). These are the people who actually design and build great things that you can stand back and admire. Without the oil coolers, air, oil, and water lines, and fire protection systems, we wouldn't have lights or most of the stuff on the shelf at Wal-Mart. Even the big gas turbine manufacturers (G.E, Siemens, and Mitsubishi) are starting to do their own BoP designs and not just supplying engines. They should be hiring people to do these jobs along with the traditional contractors. You need good engineering, math, and computer skills. You also need to be able to work as part of a team and communicate well. Make yourself a valuable employee!

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