Contextual engineering is a novel approach combining technological expertise with deep understanding of cultural and societal conditions. Ann-Perry Witmer, University of Illinois, developed the concept based on her years of experience in water design engineering. She outlines the practice in a recent article, published in Journal AWWA (American Water Works Association), the leading journal for water engineers in the US.
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