Peace and blessings beloved. I come from a family of tradesmen (plumbers, electricians, welders, carpenters, painters, etc) but never took a real interest in learning about said trades (or anything trade-related). I seen people work on and extensively repair households but never from the ground up so that particular part of the process is new to me. As these jobs relate to Engineering I had no clue or understanding of where each would fall, align with, etc.
As I began to research what specifically goes into building a home (from the womb to conception) I came across Engineering and began to also research what type of schooling they go through to attain that position, noticing the plethora of Engineers. Sifting through I came across various Engineering disciples that are stated to be involved with the process that included (not limited to) Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Architects, Civil, and maybe even a Sustainable Engineer (if one wants to build a Green Home). Seeing that there are a lot of nuances and technicalities involved I came across some articles and places that argued one more over the other, which to a novice can be very confusing.
Knowing that size, region, and environment all play a role in the process, generally speaking, which type of engineers are involved in the process (from start to finish) of designing and constructing residential homes? Whether the house is an urban, suburban, or rural setting. Thank you.