For Tall, Slender Structures, Wind Matters

Driverless Cars May Have Another Benefit

Drones Can Improve Bridge Inspections

Sustainability Forms the Foundation of Future Development
Civil engineers must be willing to learn and adapt, be innovative, and work together to meet the engineering needs of a sustainable future....

Nevada’s Supreme Court Invalidates Architect’s Mechanic’s Lien
Lien statutes are useful as a financial backstop; however, they should not be used as the primary way to secure payments, as one architect found out....

Senate Subcommittee Examines Risks to Superfund Sites from Natural Disasters
In the aftermath of recent natural disasters, a Senate subcommittee examines how to improve the protection of Superfund sites against such events....

Next Step: Observe, Teach, and Keep Learning
Norman Quach, P.E., S.E., is a senior bridge engineer at T.Y. Lin International in San Francisco. His advice to younger engineers is to never stop learning....

Higher Learning: A Sustainable Study-Abroad Capstone
At Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, civil engineering students participate in a sustainable study-abroad capstone that emphasizes teamwork and innovation....

Waterfront Building Pays Homage to Claude Monet

Architecture Firm Reimagines Arenas

Traditional Architecture Inspires Kuwaiti Cultural Center

Proposed ‘Super Urban Network’ Would Bring High-Speed Travel to Denver

Construction Begins on Lagoon Restoration Project near San Diego

Ceramic Tower Adds Drama to Dubai Skyline

Adding Biochar to Soils beside Highways Could Reduce Runoff, Report Says

Los Angeles Project Seeks Cool Solution to Hot Asphalt

A Steel Ribbon Unfurls in Chicago

Zinc, Glass, and Translucent Membranes Grace Pool Complex

Robotic Rebar-Tying System Uses Artificial Intelligence
A robotic rebar-tying system that uses artificial intelligence on bridge construction projects has been successfully tested in Pennsylvania....

A Question of Ethics: Engineers Must Avoid All Types of Corruption
Engineers must avoid all types of corruption....





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