A Question of Ethics: Engineers Must Actively Fight Corruption
Engineers must have “zero tolerance” for corruption—for themselves and for others....

Aerial Tramway to Be Built for City’s 400th Anniversary

Pro Bono Solar Project Restores Power to Puerto Rican Shelters

Key Stretch of the Long Island Rail Road Will Receive Third Track

Army Corps to Widen, Deepen Channel in Port of Corpus Christi

Wet Weather Treatment Station Will Reduce CSOs in King County, Washington

A Remedy for Montreal’s Transportation Network

Design Professional Succeeds against Claims by ‘Intended Third-Party Beneficiary’
An architecture firm successfully fights millions in breach-of-contract and negligence claims from a party with whom it had no contract....

Higher Learning: Multidisciplinary Course Addresses Tomorrow’s Smart Cities
Sean Qian, Ph.D., M.ASCE, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, teaches a multidisciplinary course that focuses on...

The Future Demands Engineering Experts
There is power in becoming a P.E., advancing your education, and seeking board certification....

Senate Water Resources Bill Emerges as Possible Contender for Passage This Year
Bipartisan water resources legislation recently introduced in the Senate could become one of the few major infrastructure bills to pass Congress this year....

Next Step: Delegate, Network, and Ask for What You Want
Justin Siegrist, P.E., M.ASCE, is the hydraulic modeling lead in the Cincinnati office of Wade Trim. His advice to young engineers: delegate, network, and ask for what you want....

Mixed-Use Project Demonstrates CLT Elevator Shaft

Drone Technology to Aid Italian Smart Highway
As part of a 2,500 km smart road being built in Italy, roadside poles will broadcast Wi-Fi and charge drones that will act as first responders....

A Question of Ethics: Member’s Remarks about a Former Employee Cause Trouble
A supervisor, who is a member of ASCE, remarks on a former employee’s performance to a potential employer. Did the member violate ASCE’s Code of Ethics?...

Utah Treatment Facility Uses Ballasted Activated Sludge Process to Shrink Footprint, Costs

Central Texas Project Seeks to Ensure Water Supplies Keep Pace With Growth

Permeable Concrete Could Be Improved with Cured Carbon Fiber Composite Material, Study Finds

Report Identifies Global Infrastructure Challenges and Solutions

Environmental Education Center Is First Public “Living Building”





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