Modular Design Highlights New York Hotel Project

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

Pumping Up Flood Defenses
Completed in April 2018, the $731-million Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps project represents the final component of the overall Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System that serves the greater...

Digital Water Cooler
To keep employees connected across geographically dispersed offices, help them share knowledge and technical resources, and just better understand their company and their clients, many engineering firms...

Infrastructure Solutions: Transit Transformation
Beset by long-term problems related to underinvestment and inadequate maintenance, the U.S. transit sector confronts challenges pertaining to funding, demographic changes, and an increasing array of new...

Design/Build Project Sends BRT System Rolling Along in Richmond, Virginia

Construction of Largest Building in Manchester Science and Engineering Complex Nears Completion

House Bill Would Boost Authorized Spending of Clean Water State Revolving Fund

To Improve Resiliency, Los Angeles Aims to Recycle All Wastewater by 2035

What Lies Ahead?
How will trends in climate change, alternative energy, high-tech construction, autonomous vehicles, smart cities, and public funding affect communities, infrastructure, and the practice of civil engineering...

Originality Built In
The new Goethals Bridge linking New Jersey and New York is a twin cable-stayed crossing that incorporates an innovative cable-stayed anchor in its towers, which angle outward to keep melting ice off the...

Delivering Olmsted Lock and Dam
The Olmsted Locks and Dam, the largest civil works project by the US Army Corps of Engineers since the Panama Canal, became operational in August 2018. More than 30 years in the making, the $3-billion...

Infrastructure Solutions: Schools Offer Resiliency
When natural disaster strike, public K-12 school buildings are often used as emergency shelters. Yet public school infrastructure received a D+ on ASCE’s 2017 Infrastructure Report Card. There are, however,...

Master of Science Program Trains Engineers to Be Managers

Micropiles Support the "Missing Link": Understanding Load Transfer in Challenging Subgrades
Authorized by Congress in 1944, the Foothills National Parkway partly traverses the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Eastern Tennessee. Large sections of the parkway cross high ridges located...

Don’t Forget the Construction Folks!

Geotechnical Aspects Of Coastal Impacts During Hurricanes Harvey And Irma: Logistical and Technical Challenges During Reconnaissance
As designers and managers for society’s infrastructure, civil engineers, including the geotechnical community, must understand and predict the most severe expected loadings from physical or environmental...

Application for Geosynthetics Fellowships Now Open; Geoscience Handbook Now Available Digitally; Zornberg Lecture Established; Engler Honored by NYSAE; Terracon Names New National Manager

Lava Tubes as Resilient Extraterrestrial Habitats: An Option For A Permanent Human Settlement Beyond Earth
The design, construction, and maintenance of safe and comfortable habitations are some of humankind’s oldest and most important activities. Millennia of experimentation and planning have led to earthly...

American Engineering Testing Welcomes Cody; News from Gannett Fleming; GeoEngineers Expands to Two More Cities; GeoStabilization Recognized for Ethics; Geo-Solutions Announces Organizational Changes; GZA Recognized for Safety Achievements; Hayward Baker Announces Staff Changes; HUESKER Announces Management Changes; Malcolm Drilling Begins Tunneling Project; Schnabel Engineering Announces New Leadership

 

 

 

 

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