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CIVE 201 – Introduction to Problem Solving and Civil Engineering Design

Assignment Please watch Ethicana (the link is below) and write a 500 paragraph about your conclusions. To guide you, your conclusions may answer the following questions

a. Was the scenario realistic? Do you see this type of corruption happening in realworld projects

b. What would be the ethical choice of the CEO of the engineering company interested in the project?

c. What are your other observations?

Ethicana Link: https://www.ethicana.org/ethicana-feature-film.htm...

2. Which portion(s) of the ASCE code of ethics would you violate by looking at the answers prior to taking an online exam? Please explain with reasoning. (~150 words)

3. The ASCE defines sustainability as “the challenge of meeting human needs for natural resources, industrial products, energy, food, transportation, shelter, and effective waste management while conserving and protecting environmental quality and the natural resource base essential for future development.” This definition is provided in the ASCE Code of Ethics. Do you think that an engineer that does not practice in a sustainable manner is unethical? Please explain with detail. (~150 words)

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School: Duke University

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QUESTION 1a
The scenario presented in the Ethicana featured film is very realistic as it is a common
custom on how governments are handling engineering projects in the present age. The aspect
of integrity and openness, in how planning and allocation of duties are done has been eroded
by bribes and shortcuts. This has caused many engineering government projects’ to go down
the drain with minimal benefits to the taxpayers and the funds end up enriching only the
board members and associates responsible for the project.
According to Vesilind (2017), a civil engineering role during project implementation
is to design and account for the environmental changes in the target area. It further
necessitates that at least eight engineers should be present and in approval of the project plan.
This eliminates biases in decision making by enabling enough brainstorming and outsourcing
of necessary resources for the project at hand. In the Ethicana scenario, only one main
engineer is being given consideration and this overshadows his credibility of handling all
decisions efficiently.
Corruption is a disaster tha...

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