Saving San Antonio
During an October 1998 flood, excess flow from the San Antonio River was funneled into a 3.1 mi (5 km) long, 24 ft (7.3 m) wide concrete-lined tunnel beneath the city that emptied into...

History, Accomplishments, and the Future of ASCE's Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering (TCLEE)

The History of Trenchless Technology in the Middle East

Early Civil Engineering Education: A Selected History for Engineering Classes

The Blue Ridge Parkway: Building and Nurturing a Design and Engineering Legacy

Ithiel Town and the Design of the North Carolina State Capitol: 1831–1835

A Sketch in the Life of Hinton James, Civil Engineer

A Moving History: Getting the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse from Here to There

All Eyes on I-15
The largest single highway construction contract in United States history is currently underway in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Utah Department of Transportation's innovative...

Forming Civil Engineering's Future
Proceedings of the 1999 National Civil Engineering Education Congress, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, October 16-20, 1999. This collection contains...

Special Geotechnical Testing: Central Artery/Tunnel Project in Boston, Massachusetts
The Central Artery/Tunnel Project (CA/T) in Boston, Massachusetts, is the largest urban highway construction project in the history of the interstate system. The magnitude and complexity...

The Lowell National Historic Park: Birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution

150 Years of Underground Design and Construction

Phillips Winthrop House: Home of The Engineering Center and BSCES/ASCE

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

29 Years Documenting Engineering Heritage

ASCE Guide to History and Heritage Programs

Heritage, Ethics and Professionalism in Civil Engineering Education

The National Historic Landmarks Survey

The Civil Engineer at the Smithsonian Institution

 

 

 

 

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