Highway Trust Fund Requires New Approach

Which Came First?

The Future of Infrastructure Depends on the Advocacy of Engineers
Civil engineers must advocate for infrastructure....

Design Firm Challenges Exclusion from Federal Job Due to Conflict of Interest
Conflicts of interest often involve blurred lines. Design firms must have a solid grasp on an agency’s policies and ground rules on conflicts of interest when it comes to bidding on federal projects....

Countering the Trump Administration, Senate Democrats Push Their Own Infrastructure Plan
In response to the Trump administration’s infrastructure plan, a group of Senate Democrats offers its own blueprint for funding more than $1 trillion worth of infrastructure upgrades....

Next Step: Maintain Your Network and Embrace New Technologies
Evan Reilly, LEED GA, A.M.ASCE, a preconstruction engineer with Skanska USA, has built a network of contacts and embraced new technologies to get where he is today....

Higher Learning: The Social Side of Sustainability
Natasha Andrade, Ph.D., a teaching professor in the civil and environmental engineering department at the University of Maryland, College Park, teaches the social side of sustainability....

Second Avenue Subway Wins OCEA Award

OCEA Merit Finalists

New Zealand Sculpture Reaches for the Sky

Nutrient Reductions Dramatically Boost Vegetation in Chesapeake Bay, Study Says

Toronto Region Commuter Rail Electrifying Lines, Expanding to All-Day Service

Water Resort Rolls With the Terrain

LAX Owner Awards Nearly $2-Billion Contract for New Automated People Mover

Toronto Towers Symbolize Love

Construction to Begin Soon on Major Reservoir in North Texas

Nordic Hotel Combines Fire and Ice

Wireless Charging to Power Buses in Israel
A company in Israel has developed a system to charge fully electric buses as they operate on their routes — without the need for overhead cables or docking stations....

A Question of Ethics: Use Care in Listing of P.E. Credential
A member lists his P.E. credential on university materials, but he is not licensed to practice in that university’s state. Did he violate the Society’s code of ethics?...

Power to the People: Keokuk Dam and Power Plant Project
Tiny Keokuk, Iowa, helped tame the Mississippi River in 1913 with the completion of what was then the largest monolithic concrete dam and single-station powerhouse in the world....

 

 

 

 

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