Renovated Barge Hosts Glassmaking Tour

Change Is Not Only Challenging, It's Exciting

Bridging Kentucky' Launched to Update State's Infrastructure

Outdoor Lab Fosters Teamwork and Accountability

California’s East Valley Water District Finalizes Design/Build Contract for Sterling Natural Resource Center

New York City Reopens Once-Damaged Subway Station at World Trade Center

Closed since 1999, Observatory Now Restored atop Buffalo Museum

Legislation to Reauthorize the FAA, Reform FEMA Disaster Provisions Becomes Law

$1-Billion Project to Renovate Hospital

Engineering Department Makes Diversity a Priority
Beena Sukumaran, Ph.D., M.ASCE, the vice president for research, and the former department head of the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department, at Rowan University, along with a team of researchers,...

Kick in the Door and Let Change In
To get to the future, we can’t just knock on its door. We have to boldly pursue change....

Commission Awards Billions for California Storage Projects

Thanks, and We Hear You!
Our reader survey points the way to the future....

Sports Complex in Luxembourg Blends with Natural Surroundings

A Movable Feat

An Eye on Library Design

Make Space for Women Engineers and Leaders
Andrea DuMont, P.E., M.ASCE, was promoted to project manager I at Jacobs after she wrote a memo proving she was qualified for the job. She believes in advocating for yourself when you can, asking for help...

Perfluorinated Chemical Contamination in Drinking Water Raises Concerns in Congress
Shortly after a House subcommittee examined the issue of perfluorinated chemicals in drinking water, a group of Michigan representatives introduced legislation intended to encourage federal agencies to...

Floating on Air
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has designed a concept for how Venus—which has a surface that is hot enough to melt lead—can be safely explored by astronauts....

Design Work Begins on WSSC’s $250-Million Piscataway, Maryland, Bio-Energy Project





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