Proposed Rule Would Limit Clean Water Act Protection for Certain Streams, Wetlands
A draft proposal released in December by the Trump administration aims to simplify the process of determining whether a body of water is protected by the Clean Water Act....

Next Step: Develop Your Network, Mentor Others, and Learn from Everyone

Higher Learning: Peer Leaders Help Students Learn Statics in College Course

Modular Design Highlights New York Hotel Project

Massachusetts Requires Role for Licensed Engineers in Gas Infrastructure after NTSB Investigates Deadly Explosions

Tulip-Shaped Tower Proposed for London

Chicago Transit Authority Awards $1.2-Billion Contract to Revamp Portion of Busy Red Line

CSO Program in Evansville, Indiana, Marks Key Milestone with Start of Pump Station Construction

Supertall Tower to Anchor Development Near Sports Venues in China

Federal Effort Needed to Modernize Interstate Highway System, Report Says

The Urban Ocean: The Interaction of Cities with Water, by Alan F. Blumberg and Michael S. Bruno. New York City: Cambridge University Press, 2018

Leadership Skills that Inspire Incredible Results, by Fred Halstead. Newburyport, Massachusetts: Career Press, 2018

The Oxford Handbook of Megaproject Management, edited by Bent Flyvbjerg. Oxford, England, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2017

Engineering the Eternal City: Infrastructure, Topography, and the Culture of Knowledge in Late Sixteenth Century Rome, by Pamela O. Long. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018

Real-Time Adaptation

Beware the Many Nuances of Contracting with the Federal Government
An opinion released by the federal appellate court in K-Con Inc. v. Secretary of the Army illustrates how the Christian doctrine works and the challenge it...

Robotic System Creates Affordable, Innovative Concrete Formwork
A team based in Denmark has created a robotic system capable of economically and quickly carving formwork for unusually shaped concrete structures....

Court Weighs in on Use of Word "Engineer"
Despite a state court's ruling, engineer is not a word to be used lightly....

Big Span, Big Fun: The Atlantic City Convention Hall
In its Roaring Twenties heyday, no building better defined glamorous Atlantic City, New Jersey, than its 1929 Convention Hall, whose cavernous auditorium, supported by three-hinged arched trusses, was...

California Ruling Expands Liability of Site-Safety Consultants
This month's column features Peredia v. HR Mobile Services Inc.—a recent appellate decision that offers a thorough analysis of jobsite safety liability for consultants....





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