Tags : Engineers


Computer engineer ‘ran huge porn ring’

A 30-year-old computer engineer was arrested on suspicion of possessing and distributing pornography, including images and videos of children, via websites and social media accounts through which he earned more than 300,000 baht per month, police said Monday. Waranyu Laolert, a resident of Nonthaburi’s Bang Bua Thong district, was apprehended as part of an investigation […]Read More


Engineers want to ban foreigners

The Council of Engineers is urging the Labour Ministry to keep civil engineering as one of the occupations reserved for Thai nationals, saying foreigners should only be granted permission to work when absolutely necessary. Amorn Pimanmas, the council’s secretary-general, said the body disagrees with the proposed delisting of civil engineering from the reserved professions based […]Read More


British Go-Kart Engineer commits suicide at Pattaya race track

On Friday afternoon Banglamung Police were called to the Mini Siam Superkart Racing Track in North Pattaya to investigate reports of a British staff member who reportedly hanged himself in a storeroom. Police were directed to the location where the body of Mr. Mike Ord aged 65 from South Tyneside in the United Kingdom, a […]Read More


Thailand to benefit from free flow of skilled labour in

Thailand stands to benefit from the free flow of skilled labour during the ASEAN integration in 2015, despite mounting concerns over immigration and economic impacts. In 2012, ASEAN member countries approved the Agreement on the Movement of Natural Persons (MNP) at the ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting in Cambodia. The member nations are aiming to increase […]Read More


Rama VIII Bridge to be inspected after 10 years

BANGKOK, 9 April 2012 (NNT) – The Department of Public Works under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to procure consultants to carry out inspections on Rama VIII Bridge for the first time after 10 years of use. To conduct a full-scale inspection on Rama VIII Bridge, the Department of Public Works is seeking […]Read More


Bangkok flood-prevention plan must include tunnel

Construction of the 100-kilometre “MUSTS” channel is crucial to saving Bangkok from future floods, the Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) reiterated yesterday. “It stands for Multi-Service Flood Tunnel System. But also, I want to say that it’s a ‘must’ here,” said Suchatchavee Suwansawas, chairman of the Thailand Underground and Tunnelling Group (TUTG) of the EIT, […]Read More


Two industrial estates will survive floods if they withstand water

BANGKOK, Nov 11 – Bang Chan and Lat Krabang Industrial Estates in Bangkok can survive the flood crisis if the floodwaters can be resisted for another seven days, the Engineering Institute of Thailand secretary-general said Friday. Thanes Weerasiri said the situation must be under close watch as both industrial estates have been surrounded by water. […]Read More


Higher Bangkok Districts Could Be Safe from Floods

An engineering consulting firm is confident that eight major districts in inner Bangkok will be safe from flooding thanks to high elevation and extensive canal systems. Chawalit Chantararat, managing director of engineering consultancy, Team Group, expressed confidence that flooding in Bangkok will likely be confined to the area along Bang Sue Canal because the runoff […]Read More