Solutions for Soft Soils
Because of highly permeable soils and high water tables, deep foundations and basements in southeast Florida have been virtually impossible, limiting the excavation depths in cities like Miami and leading...

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Unleashing the Flow
A 70-year-old, two-lane roadway that stretches from Miami to Tamp Bay is impeding the flow of water through the Everglades. By studying eight possible solutions in detail, engineers determined...

Adaptive Dredged Material Discharge for the Port of Miami

Bioengineered Bank Stabilization on the Little Miami River

Miami International Airport: APMs and the Airport Development

Heavy Truck Movement Model for the Port of Miami

Miami Beach Infiltration/Inflow Reduction Program: A Project That Pays for Itself

The Integrated Flood Control System of the Great Miami Valley

GIS Application for Miami Transportation System Hurricane Emergency Preparedness

Wellhead Protection Area Predictions and Implications for the Biscayne Aquifer in Miami, Florida
The need to protect groundwater supplies from sources of contamination is of particular relevance to densely populated urban areas, such as Dade County (Greater Miami), in South Florida....

Extracting Watershed Characteristics from Spatial Digital Data Using GIS, A Case Study of the Great Miami River Basin

For Sure Shores
Fighting a long history of beach-destroying structures and man-made inlets, coastal engineers are finding that the answer to beach erosion lies in a deeper understanding of its dynamic...

Parking Lot Corrosion Cure
The $3 million structural repair and restoration of a large post-tensioned parking structure required engineers to replace 2,400 tendons while keeping the parking garage in service. After...

Wellhead Protection: Local and Community Efforts
The need to protect groundwater supplies from sources of contamination is of particular relevance to densely populated urban areas, such as Dade County (Greater Miami), in South Florida....

Evaluation of Cracking of the Miami Marine Stadium Hyperbolic Paraboloid Roof Structure

Site-Specific Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP): Great Miami River Drainage in Southwestern Ohio

The Miami Intermodal Center and the Florida's High Speed Rail Transportation System

Contemporaneous Development of Field Data: Transportation Construction Claim Defense
This paper addresses the continuing development of a construction field database system documenting resources applied on the jobsite by Contractors. The paper focuses on the case study...

DSM Saves the Dam
The Miami Conservancy District built five flood control dams after the catastrophic flood of 1913 in Dayton, Ohio. Lockington Dam was one of these five hydraulic fill structures. The Ohio...

 

 

 

 

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