ASCE Official Register 2017
The OFFICIAL REGISTER is published annually to provide ready access to governing documents, statistics, and general information about ASCE for leadership, members, and staff. It includes the ASCE constitution,...
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Successful Engineering Projects Respect the Communities They Serve
It is the duty of civil engineers to engage the community before embarking on a project....
Trump’s Infrastructure Plans, While Still Vague, Offer Promise of Increased Funding
Some experts are expressing cautious optimism that the new administration will renew the nation’s focus on infrastructure improvements....
Seven Questions: Wisdom and Guidance for Successful Career Building: An interview with Maggie Scott Moros on social media
Dubai Maritime Museum Will Dive Beneath Persian Gulf
Modern, More Durable Lift Bridge in Canada Replaces Older Crossing
Beijing Concert Hall Features Lotus Design
Construction Begins Soon on Major Pipeline in Houston
Largest Mass Timber Building in U.S. Takes Shape in Minneapolis
Singapore Expands Island Using Dutch Method
U.S. EPA ‘Action Plan’ Proposes Steps to Improve Public Health
Greater Use of ‘Smart Surfaces’ Would Greatly Benefit Washington, D.C., Report Says
Earthquake-Resistant Bridge Under Construction in Seattle
Oregon Proves Pay-per-Mile Feasibility, Plans Expansion
Reflective Bridges Will Offer Spectacular Views
Researchers Use Electricity to Track Moisture Flow in Concrete
Electric currents create three-dimensional maps of moisture moving through concrete specimens, revealing internal cracks....
Deep Wastewater Injection Triggers Earthquakes, Researchers Find
Researchers use radar satellite data to discover what is triggering certain earthquakes....
A Question of Ethics: Social Media Can Hold Unpleasant Surprises
A single unwise or mistaken statement shared on social media can create an enormous ripple of adverse effects for companies and individuals alike....
Vancouver’s Mapping of the West Coast of North America
George Vancouver’s epic survey of the west coast of America and Canada required 65,000 mi of travel, lasted four years, and produced maps so accurate that they remained unchallenged for 100 years....
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