The project director of the Quetta water and Sewerage project, Ashrafullah Khan Kakar, Managing Director Water and Sanitation Authority, Liaquat Ali Bugti, Administrator QMC, Hamidul Karim, Chief Metropolitan Officer, Yaqoob Zehri, besides the representatives of Sui Southern Gas Company, Quetta Electric Supply Company, Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation Limited, Metropolitan Corporation, NTC, NESPAK as well as the divisional engineers of different concerned departments and the construction company.
What does DE stand for?
DE stands for Divisional Engineer
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We have 54 other meanings of DE in our Acronym Attic
- Disposable Excess
- Dissemination Element
- Distance Education (course; various schools)
- Distant End (satellite communications)
- Distinguished Editor (Institute of Professional Editors)
- Distinguished Engineer (various organizations)
- Distribution Engineering
- District Engineer
- District Executive
- Division/District Engineer (Army Corps of Engineers)
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The divisional engineer and junior engineer of DHBVN have been suspended, while a case has been lodged against the private company that was roped in by DHBVN for digging the pits," P.
Council divisional engineer for water services Brian McKeown said the work was essential and had to be done at the weekend to minimise disruption.
Royal National Lifeboat Institution Deputy divisional engineer cpounds 23,700 plus pounds 2,649 disturbance allowance and final salary pension scheme.
Bob Byrnes, deputy divisional engineer, said, 'Cardigan Bay is used by sailors, surfers, and many beach users each summer so it is very appropriate that New Quay with its long association with the RNLI should be one of the first to get the new boat.
Coming just after the 1976 edition of FM 100-5, Operations, this 1979 version of FM 5-100 addressed common themes of divisional engineer operations against a Cold War threat.
The last version of future divisional engineer companies that I saw had four eight-man squads.