Construction Innovations in Reclamation Work

by Bernard P. Bellport, (F.ASCE), Chief Engr.; Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, CO,


Serial Information: Journal of the Construction Division, 1971, Vol. 97, Issue 1, Pg. 79-93


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract: New techniques being employed in constructing Bureau of Reclamation structures and facilities in the 17 western states are described. In meeting future challenges, the engineering profession and construction industry must devise new construction techniques to accomplish work economically and expeditiously, and use their technologies and experience to provide an improved environment reflecting the relationship of man to his needs and the high standard of living enjoyed in this country. The resourcefulness and skills of engineers and contractors will be challenged as water resourced projects grow in magnitude and complexity and as the Nation's needs for water continue to mount.

Subject Headings: Construction management | Innovation | Construction methods | Building codes | Water resources | Engineering profession | Construction industry | Bureau of Reclamation | Economic factors | North America | Western states | United States

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