Largest Mass Timber Building in U.S. Takes Shape in Minneapolis

A Foundation Engineering Trip Down the Mississippi: Foundations for Mississippi River Bridges from Minnesota to Louisiana
Huckleberry Finn had his adventure, but for those interested in foundation engineering, this article will float you down the Mississippi River on your own encounter with the many bridges...

Transparent Roof, Operable Walls Highlight Minnesota Multipurpose Stadium

Steel: From Mine to Mill, the Metal That Made America, By Brooke C. Stoddard. Minneapolis: Zenith Press, 2015

Calendar: Bridges 2013
Featured bridges are: Kurilpa Bridge, Brisbane, Australia; La Roche-sur-Yon Footbridge, La Roche-sur-Yon, France; I-35W St. Anthony Falls Bridge (MN); High Trestle Trail Bridge (IA); Glenfinnan...

New Baseball Stadium 'Fits' Minneapolis Fine

Arches, water, and reflection — these are the themes that inspired the design of the new bridge in Minneapolis that carries Interstate 35 West over the Mississippi

Bridges: Inspections Uncover More Gusset Plate Issues on Minnesota Crossings

Drinking Water: Minneapolis Constructs Continent's largest Pressurized Ultrafiltration System

Bridges: Construction Begins on Replacement of Collapsed Minneapolis Bridge

NewsBriefs: Minnesota Toll Bridge to be Demolished (Star Tribune)

Water Quality: Study Proves Minnesota Rainwater Gardens Reduce Storm-Water Runoff

Calendar: Bridges 1994
Featured bridges are: Briggs Bridge (AK); Stone Arch Bridge (NY); Rio Grande Gorge Bridge (NM); Bridge Street Bridge (MI); Hennepin Avenue Bridge (MN); Egypt Pike Bridge (OH); William...

Calendar: 1991 Calendar
Featured bridges are: Smith Avenue High Bridge (MN); Waterville Bridge (PA); Redwood Falls Bridge (MN); Atlantic Beach/Morehead City Bridge (NC); Stokes County Bridge No. 197 (NC); Walter...

Evaluation of the VERSA-LOK / Miragrid Reinforced Soil Wall System
Final Report
Prepared by the Highway Innovative Technology Evaluaton Center (HITEC), a service center of Civil Engineering Research Foundation. This evaluation...

NewsBriefs: Minneapolis Becomes Second City To Use Hot Lanes (USA Today and Star Tribune)

Effects of Agricultural Drainage on the Baseflow in the Minnesota River Basin

Back on Track
Minneapolis, which last heard the clangor of electric streetcars in 1954, is proving once again that history repeats itself. The streetcars are back - in the form of a swift, modern light-rail...

Shell of Steel
To create a saddle-shaped bandstand in a newly developed park in St. Paul, Minnesota, engineers designed a glass-covered, stainless steel lattice grid that makes use of a unique system...

Highways: Minnesota Launches Record-Setting Reconstruction Project





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