Riding the Technology Wave
Computer hardware and software is getting faster, more powerful and more affordable. At the same time, the way in which engineers use the equipment is varying. Identifying costs and benefits...

Putting Wetlands to Work
Wetlands, whether natural or engineered, have enormous potential to clean up wastewater, but in the past, the public called on civil engineers to drain wetlands en masse as a public benefit....

Water Line Splitting in Gainesville, Florida

Pipeline Rehabilitation and Repair

Municipal Infrastructure: Innovative Trenchless Replacement Method Utilizing Bell-Less Ductile Iron Pipe, Case Studies

San Diego's Conveyance Tunnels: A Historical Perspective

Lessons Learned about Cured-in-Place Pipe During Construction

Natural Dewatering of Alum Sludge in Freezing Beds

Simulating Wireless Radio Communications in Earthwork Construction

Supporting Dimensional Control by Information Technology

National Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture Tailoring: An Object-Oriented Approach

Utilizing IT in Engineering Education and Practice

Fanno Creek Watershed Planning and Enhancement

A Case Study in Urban Microtunneling the New St. James Avenue Interceptor Project Boston, Massachusetts

Incorporating Microtunnels into the Design of Pipeline Networks

Subsurface Utility Engineering

Valley Center Pipeline Tunnel

Trenchless Crossings for the MWRA Framingham Extension Relief Sewer Project

Case Studies in Trenchless Technologies Water Main

Extending Life and Adding Control -- The Rehabilitation of a 70 Year Old Water Transmission Main

 

 

 

 

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