History of Coastal Engineering in Japan

History of Coastal Engineering in Mexico

History and Heritage in Coastal Engineering in The Netherlands

History of Coastal Engineering in Portugal

The History of Coastal Engineering in South Africa

History of Coastal Engineering in Spain

History of Coastal Engineering in Taiwan

History of Coastal Engineering in the USA

Designs for Blast Protection (Available only in Structures special issue)
The 1995 bombing of the Murrah building in Oklahoma City was the most deadly terrorist act in this country's history. What can engineers do to prevent such events in the future?...

Mapping History
Difficult, environmentally sensitive terrain combined with the fact that Canadian Western Natural Gas's new Banff pipeline will be laid in archaeologically rich ground posed...

Geophysical Characterization of Florida Limestone—An Investigative Case History

A Surveying Trip Report from George Washington's Diary

The World's Oldest Civil Engineering Professor

So Mrs. Roebling—What's Your Side of the Story—About the Brooklyn Bridge?

Extending the Legacy: Planning America's Capital for the 21st Century

The Engineer and the Smithsonian Institution's Civil Engineering Collections

Civil Engineering Education: An Historical Perspective

J.A.L. Waddell and the Diffusion of Civil Engineering Techniques

Montgomery C. Meigs: The Eclectic Engineer

Building the Infrastructure of the New Federal City: 1793-1800

 

 

 

 

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