American Society of Civil Engineers


Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice

ISSN: 1052-3928, eISSN: 1943-5541, CODEN: JPEPE3
Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1991-; Volume: 117-

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by Norbert J. Delatte, (editor-in-chief), (1/1/2006-Present; Vol. 132 No. 1-N/A), Brian R. Brenner, (editor-in-chief), (4/1/2000-10/1/2005; Vol. 126 No. 2-Vol. 131 No. 4), Mark Evans, (editor-in-chief), (1/1/1997-1/1/2000; Vol. 123 No. 1-Vol. 126 No. 1), Peter G. Hoadley, (editor-in-chief), (10/1/1994-10/1/1996; Vol. 120 No. 4-Vol. 122 No. 4), Archie N. Carter, (editor-in-chief), (4/1/1985-7/1/1994; Vol. 111 No. 2-Vol. 120 No. 3), Howard Epstein, (editor-in-chief), (10/1/1983-1/1/1985; Vol. 109 No. 4-Vol. 111 No. 1), Donald E. Eckman, (editor-in-chief), (10/1/1982-7/1/1983; Vol. 108 No. 4-Vol. 109 No. 3), and Ilhami Karaca, (editor-in-chief), (7/1/1981-7/1/1982; Vol. 107 No. 3-Vol. 108 No. 3), Journal Code: EI

ASCE sponsor: Committee on Professional Practice (CPP)

Document type: Serial
Abstract: The Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice presents issues of broad professional interest and diverse views of engineering education, legal affairs, and professional practice. Papers examine the relationships between civil engineering and other disciplines and professions, with emphasis on the engineer’s and constructor’s obligations and responsibilities and resolution of disputes. Topics include engineering education at all levels, professional practice issues, ethics, and history and heritage. The legal affairs section presents articles on law related to, but not limited to, the following areas pertaining to civil engineering: contract law and interpretation; professional responsibility and negligence; bidding law; negotiation, mediation, and alternate dispute resolution; arbitration; torts and insurance law; environmental law; environmental compliance; hazardous waste law; coastal and ocean law; real estate development and construction law; product liability laws; labor law; employment law; administrative law; government contract law; company reorganization and bankruptcy; corporation law; corporation tax law; subcontracting laws; claims analysis and presentations in all areas of civil engineering; land-use law related to getting projects designed and approved; ADA law and regulations; synopses/snippets of court verdicts; reviews of books related to construction law; and forum viewpoint articles.


ASCE Subject Headings:
ASCE publications
Engineering profession
Engineering education