Surveying and Mapping: History, Current Status, and Future Projections
Since the founding of ASCE in 1852, remarkable changes have occurred in all areas of civil engineering practice, including surveying and mapping. Instruments employed in surveying and...

History of Hot Mix Asphalt Mixture Design in the United States
Asphalt has been used as a construction material from the earliest days of civilization, but though it has long been used as a waterproofing material in shipbuilding and hydraulics, its...

The Geology, History and Foundations of the Monuments on the National Mall

Up into the Sky
What is the future of the skyscraper? The events of September 11 have sparked numerous questions regarding the history and future of tall buildings in America, and before the World Trade...

The American Civil Engineers 1852-2002
History, Traditions, and Development of the American Society of Civil Engineers
Published in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Society of Civil Engineers (1852-2002), this new edition covers the founding and development of the nation's...

After the Flood
In June 2001, Tropical Storm Allison struck Texas, subjecting the Houston area to one of the most destructive floods in U.S. history. As part of the recovery effort, the Federal Emergency...

History of ASCE's Hydrology Handbook

A History of Progress
Selected U.S. Papers in Geotechnical Engineering
Sponsored by the Geo-Institute of ASCE This collection of 78 historical papers provides a wide view of the rich body of literature that documents the...

Freight Pipelines: Past, Present and Future
Freight pipelines are a set of time-honored methods to transport solids by underground pipelines, and the technology is improving. However, for intercity and interstate freight transport...

Who, What, Where, and Why? - Test Your Knowledge of Engineering History

Who, What, Where, and Why? - Test Your Knowledge of Engineering History

A Brief History of Environmental Geotechnics

The Pentagon Project
The renovation of the Pentagon, now under way, is one of the most ambitious, complex, and challenging construction undertakings in contemporary history. It entails the equivalent of demolishing...

Mexican Civil Engineering: Meeting with History

Who, What, Where and Why? - Test Your Knowledge of Engineering History

Who, What, Where, and Why? - Test Your Knowledge of Engineering History

Who, What, Where, and Why? - Test Your Knowledge of Engineering History

Who, What, Where, and Why? - Test Your Knowledge of Engineering History

Early Developments of Shotcrete and Steel Fiber Shotcrete

Mini-Pile Case Histories and a Tensile Load Test on an Instrumented Mini-Pile

 

 

 

 

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