Planning and Design of the New Lenox Community Golf Course

Summary of These Olde Pyramids Presentation

The Return of Masonry as a Structural Material

Mapping History
Difficult, environmentally sensitive terrain combined with the fact that Canadian Western Natural Gas's new Banff pipeline will be laid in archaeologically rich ground posed...

Bridge to the Past
Constructed by Maya builders during the seventh century, the PreColumbian bridge at Yaxchilan was the longest in the world for over seven hundred years. Little remains today of this unique...

Archaeological and Industrial Analogues for Deep Repository Materials

ISTEA Enhances Transportation
The aim of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) of 1991 was to integrate communities with transportation programs. Engineering professionals now have the responsibility...

Archaeology on the Federal Outer Continental Shelf

Shipwreck Management and the CZMA

Historical Evolution of the Coastal Settlement in Italy: Ancient Times

Prehistoric Engineering Along a Meandering River: An Hypotheses

Remote Sensing in Archaeological Sampling Designs
The recent explosion of archaeological research, necessitated by Federal legislation and carried out in conjunction with large construction projects, has produced serious problems for...

Preservation of Historic Sites During Construction
Over the past approx 30 yr there has been an increased emphasis on historic preservation in the United States. This interest has been expressed at all levels of Government, but especially...

Tradition and Innovation in Water Use and Reclamation
Of all the arts of food production, none is older or more important than irrigation. Historical and archaeological findings show that irrigation played a major role in the development...

Ecology and the Past
Archaeologists and paleontologists have gathered an overpowering amount of evidence to show that modern methods of construction, both in the field of highways and in that of architectural...

Historical Sites and the Construction Engineer
Archaeologists and paleontologists have gathered an overpowering amount of evidence to show that modern methods of construction, both in the field of highways and in that of architectural...

Industrial Archaeology—An Avocation for Engineers
Civil engineers can play an important role in industrial archaeology through the use of engineering skills and insights. The recent awareness of the interrelationship of technology and...

The Builder of the Newport (Rhode Island) Tower
The Newport Tower, of archaeological interest, is investigated with regard to structural design and to determine possible reasons for the window and fireplace arrangement. The design proves...

 

 

 

 

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