Equalizing Wet Weather Flows
Sanitary sewer overflows and combined sewer overflows can wreak havoc on communities by flooding basements, contaminating drinking water sources and recreational water bodies, and flowing...

Banking on Bioengineering
Geoenvironmental engineers have traditionally used riprap to protect streambanks and river banks from erosion. In recent years, however, river regulators, permitting agencies, and county...

Holding Court
Contractors had their work cut out for them when structural engineers specified concrete-filled steel tubes for the Thomas F. Eagleton Federal Courthouse's perimeter columns....

Structural Surgery
Structural engineers had to transform four existing buildings and two new buildings into a new non-profit center for Jewish history. The buildings were of varying ages and had different...

Walled In (Available in Geoenvironmental Special Issue only)
Of the many challenging aspects of the $10.8 billion, 7.5 mi long Central Artery Project in Boston, the construction of soldier pile, tremie concrete (SPTC) walls under the existing elevated...

Design and Construction of the Highest RC Building in Japan

Research Activities on High Strength Concrete and Its Application in Japan

Cost-Effectiveness Optimization for Aseismic Design Criteria of RC Buildings

Finite Element Reliability-Based Assessment of an Existing Suspension Bridge Using Geometrically Nonlinear Analysis

Through Frozen Ground
The most difficult section of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's (MBTA) Silver Line transit corridor project is approximately 112 m (400 ft) of tunnel below...

Application of Emerging Seismic Analysis Techniques and Innovative Concepts to Retrofit an Existing High-Rise Building

National Civil Rights Museum: Exhibit Space Expansion Seismic Retrofit

Effects of Vertical Content of Ground Shaking on 2-D and 3-D Inelastically Responding Steel Frames

Near-Source Effects and the Isolation Provisions of the 1997 United Building Code

Update of Masonry Building Code and Specification, 1995 to 1998 Editions

Out-of-Plane Seismic Behavior of Brick Masonry Walls of Typical Turn-of-Century North American Residential Buildings

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Experimental Studies of Curved Steel Bridge Behavior during Construction

Restoring Historic Bridges using Modern Methods

Seismic Retrofit of Historical Kolekole Bridge

Diagnostic Testing of a Unique Historic Bridge





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