Site Investigations: A Guide (available in Geoenvironmental Special Issue only)
A geotechnical engineer looks at the evolution of reports on subsurface conditions, the most uncertain portion of construction. Most of the cost and risk of construction occurs beneath...

Gully Stabilization Methods Utilizing Launching Stone

Spatial Variability of Soil Properties: Two Case Studies

Stretching a Landfill
Landfill expansions can pose engineering challenges, and the Tullytown, Pa., landfill gives an example of a horizontal expansion that added 121 acres of future disposal space. The side-by-side...

Overview of ASTM Proposed Standard Guide to the Process of Sustainable Brownfields Redevelopment

Risk Evaluation in Brownfield Slurry Wall Containments by Contaminant Transport and CalTOX Models

Brass Factory to Regional Mall: A Model Brownfield

Composite T-Panel Slurry Walls Adjacent to the Historic State Street Block

Reflections on ASCE's Historical Landmark Programs (International Landmarks)

The Inland Empire Section: ASCE and the Grand Coulee Dam National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark Ceremony

History and Heritage Program for the Maryland Section

The City Plan for Philadelphia, a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark (Philadelphia Section)

Containing the Cold War's Hot Waste
A new method for the construction, verification, and maintenance of underground vaults isolates and contains radioactive burial sites without excavation or drilling in contaminated areas....

Dealing with DNAPLs
Trichloroethylene (TCE) in groundwater is one of the most prevalent contamination problems at hazardous waste sites; a problem that is substantially greater if the TCE is present as dense...

Building Between Buildings (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue Only)
Construction of tall buildings in the centers of the world's large cities almost invariably involves working within severe site constraints. The constraints can involve all...

Historical Review of Planned Land Uses for Coastal Areas in the Counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo, 1965-1995

In-Situ Burning Policy Development for California

Environmental Assessments to Facilitate Property Acquisitions for a Transportation Corridor Realignment: Case Study in the Port of Los Angeles

The Greening of New Jersey's Brownfields as Viewed by the Department of Environmental Protection

Innovation in Brownfields Site Assessment

 

 

 

 

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