Underpinning and Shoring of the Historic Howard Theatre in Washington, DC
The Howard Theatre was constructed in 1910 at 620 T Street, NW in Washington, DC. In 2010, a group of sponsoring organizations and developers put together a $17.1 million plan to revitalize...

Shoring Up Shaft Specifications: Collaboration for Constructibility

Thinking Deep
An underwater pipeline that has set records for its 55 in. (1,397 mm) diameter and 3,000 ft (914 m) depth stretches nearly 2 mi (3 km) from the shore of Hawaii to bring cold seawater to...

Winged Victory
Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, the $100 million, 142,050 sq ft (13,100 m³) addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum is the creation of architect, artist, and engineer Santiago...

Rhythm of Beachrock Levels in Contrasting Plate Settings: Rifting Red Sea and North American-Caribbean Plates
Sequences of beachrocks have been compared from the northern Red Sea, the North American plate (north shore of Puerto Rico), and an island of the Caribbean plate. In all these areas the...

Shoring Up Coastal Engineering
Half of Americans live within 50 mi (80 km) of the coast, although it is becoming increasingly risky and expensive to do so. The importance of ports to the global economy coincides with...

Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Awards
Out of 27 nominations, the $9.8 million Cape Hatteras Light Station Relocation Project, which saved a national treasure along the North Carolina coastline and required extensive planning...

Historical Sediment Budget Analysis of the Malibu Coastline
Sediment supply to the Malibu coastline has been continually decreasing since development began in the Santa Monica Mountains in the 1880's due to dam construction for irrigation and recreation,...

Shoring Measurements at Museum Towers

The Equivalent Shore Method

Suspension Wall Shoring System

Shoring for Leslie Station: Design Assessment and Construction Performance

Effect of Near-Bed Velocity Skewness on Cross Shore Sediment Transport

Effects of Density on Cross-Shore Sediment Transport

Effect of Long Waves on Cross-Shore Sediment Transport Rates

Long-Term Cross-Shoreface Sediment Fluxes

The Role and Time Scale of Cross-Shore Sediment Exchange for a Barrier Island Shoreface

Cross-Shore Transport and Profile Evolution at Duck, North Carolina

Cross-Shore Transport Processes during Onshore Bar Migration

Quasi-Seasonal Morphological Shore Evolution Response to Variable Wave Climate

 

 

 

 

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