Asset Management of Earth Retaining Structures: Design through Design Life
Regarding new earth retaining structures (ERS) construction, the message is clear: plan for asset management. New construction is certainly not immune to performance issues, and the time...

Risk-based Methods for Geotechnical Features in Transportation Asset Management
The purpose of asset management is to meet life cycle performance goals through the management of assets in the most cost-effective manner. In developing risk-based, asset management plans...

The Transbay Transit Center: Breaking New Ground in Urban Geotechnics
A building boom centered around the construction of the new Transbay Transit Center (TTC) is transforming the South of Market neighborhood in downtown San Francisco, newly dubbed the Transbay...

Data Management System and Construction Monitoring Results from Wolf Creek Dam Rehabilitation
A review of the rehabilitation of Wolf Creek Dam and the Wolf Creek Information Management System (WCIMS), a Geographic Information Systems (GIS)-based application that was developed to...

Geotechnical IT Revolution: Intelligent Compaction and Beyond
The explosion of innovative developments in the IT industry is making many of us geotechnical engineers green with envy. We want some new technology, too! Luckily, advances in sensors...

The Soil-Rock Boundary: What Is It and Where Is It?

The Geotechnics of Converting Waste Sites to Renewable Energy Sites

A Culture of Unconditional Dedication to Safety

Achieving the Vision for Civil Engineering in 2025
A Roadmap for the Profession
Now that the Summit [on the Future of Civil Engineering-2025] is complete, the Vision articulated, and the report completed, leaders of civil engineering organizations around the globe...

The Toaster Project: Or a Heroic Attempt to Build A Simple Electric Appliance from Scratch By Thomas Thwaites. New York City: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Structures Congress 2012
Forging Connections in the Windy City
Proceedings of Structures Congress 2012, held in Chicago, Illinois, March 29-31, 2012. Sponsored by the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE. Structures Congress 2012 contains 202...

Water Management in 2050

Integrated Water Management in 2050: Institutional and Governance Challenges

Flood Risk Management in 2050

The Science, Information, and Engineering Needed to Manage Water Availability and Quality in 2050

Sensing for Improved Water Infrastructure Management in 2050

Visions of Green Technologies in 2050 for Municipal Resource Management

GIS for Water Resources 2050

Information Technology in 2050

Future Prospects for Water Management and Adaptation to Change

 

 

 

 

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