Ground Feature Monitoring Using Satellite Imagery: How Interferometric Stacking of SAR Can Mitigate Geo-Disasters Along Transportation Corridors
Landslides, debris flows, and other types of ground movements are among the most common hazards to humans and infrastructure. According to the United States Geological Survey, annual domestic...

Small Projects are Big Deals
Geotechnical engineers work on a wide array of projects, ranging from small retaining walls or pavement projects, to construction of dams, canals, and foundations for bridges and high-rise...

Move: Putting America's Infrastructure Back in the Lead, By Rosabeth Moss Kanter. New York City: W.W. Norton & Company, 2015

Conservation for Cities: How to Plan & Build Natural Infrastructure, By Robert I. McDonald. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2015

White House, Congress Differ on How to Expedite Federal Reviews of Infrastructure Projects

A Drone Port Could Supercharge Africa's Infrastructure´┐ŻAnd Save Lives

Strategic Green Infrastructure Planning: A Multi-Scale Approach, By Karen Firehock. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2015

Civil Engineering Sectors
This section reviews the challenges for engineering practice posed by climate variability for the following traditional infrastructure sectors and special themes....

Research, Development, and Demonstration Needs
Research, development and demonstration (RDD) is needed to advance recommended civil engineering practices and standards in order to effectively address climate change impacts. Wilbanks...

Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations
Civil engineers have responsibilities for the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of physical infrastructures. These infrastructures include all types of buildings,...

Screw Piles and Helical Anchors: 180 Years of Use in Geotechnical Engineering
Since 1836, screw piles and screw cylinders have been used successfully throughout the world to support a variety of large-scale, civil engineering structures. Their development and use...

National Usage of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil to Support Bridges
The Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil Integrated Bridge System (GRS IBS) was developed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) almost 20 years ago to help meet the demand for the next...

Geosynthetic Materials Help Build Optimized Infrastructure
In recent years, the world has begun to realize the negative impacts that limited infrastructure can have on economic growth and the well-being of humankind. Our infrastructure challenges...

Switched Sites Made Design of 'Green Infrastructure' College Building More Challenging

New York City's 'Green' Infrastructure Exceeds Expectations for Controlling Runoff

Innovative Use of a Groin Structure: Saving Cost, Shortening the Schedule, and Minimizing Impacts
Almost any type of construction activity can pose a shock to the surrounding environment and habitat. Obviously, the extent of the impact will depend on the location of the project and...

Infrastructure Advocacy: We Need You!

Geo-Congress 2014
Technical Papers and Keynote Lectures
Proceedings of the 2014 Geo-Congress, held in Atlanta, Georgia, February 23-26, 2014. Sponsored by the Geo-Institute of ASCE. GSP 234, Geo-Congress...

DOT Report Highlights Need for Infrastructure Investment

'Green' Infrastructure Will Greatly Benefit Pennsylvania City, U.S. EPA Says

 

 

 

 

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