Of all the activities in a developing country Civil and Mechanical Engineering works probably occupy the most important position. For development of infra-structural facilities, for construction of mills and factories, multi-storied buildings, to provide ample accommodation to the growing population, to develop sewerage and drainage systems to construct power station, to construct barrages, bridges and dams, to resist erosion of towns, to protect villages and cultivable land from being devoured by streams and rivers, the civil and mechanical construction is indispensably required. In case of Bangladesh this requirement is all the more conspicuous.
Before the liberation of Bangladesh, such an important sector of national activities was mainly under the domain of contractors having very little engineering background. There were only few engineering companies having requisite qualification, experience and equipment to undertake standard construction works and they could hardly cope up with the volume of works in the country. The highly educated and experienced young engineers' who were so long indifferent to establish independent business organization; and avail this opportunity to prove their skill in the field, however, soon realized the situation and came forward to participate in the development activities of the country as independent construction firms or company with their educational background, experience and skill.