Evaluation of Selected Instruments for Monitoring Scour at Bridges in New York
Reliable methods to monitor scour at bridges are needed to ensure public safety and minimize the cost to repair or replace vulnerable bridges. The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation...

New Orleans Rolls the Dice (Available only in Structures Special Issue)
To compete with the gambling meccas of Las Vegas and Atlantic City, New Orleans recently took a gamble by erecting the world's largest casino building. With the structure...

Pipeline Crossings and the Corps Regulatory Process in New England

Emanuel Pisetzner Dies at 69; Top Engineer with New York City Firm

New Jersey Fund Offers Help

Analysis of the Gasoline Spill at East Patchogue, New York

Hydrodynamic Simulations in Sediment-Carried Contaminant Modeling for the Buffalo River, New York
Accurate prediction of hydrodynamics is of great importance to modeling contaminant transport and water quality in a river and to estimating potential exposure contamination levels in...

Historical Development of Bridge Scour Evaluations
Scour of bridge foundations (piers and abutments) is the largest single cause of bridge failures in the United States. Conversely, uncertainties of the scour depth at bridge piers and...

Mitigation Wetland Losses for a Major Transportation Improvement Project in New Hampshire
To compensate for 103 acres of wetland impact from a 17.6-mile upgrade of NH Route 101 between Epping and Hampton, New Hampshire, NH Department of Transportation (NHI)OT) and Normandeau...

Seismic Isolation of Bridges in New York City

Significance of Lateral Elevation Gradients in Tidally Affected Tributaries

So Mrs. Roebling—What's Your Side of the Story—About the Brooklyn Bridge?

Bridge Deck Performance and Rehabilitation: A Reliability-Based Analysis

Prediction and Performance of Municipal Landfill Slope

Co-evolution of Harbor Maintenance Dredging, Environmental Regulations, and Open-water Disposal Site Management: A Twenty-Year Perspective

Reconstruction of the Fulton Landing Pier

Field test of a Steel Bridge for Improved Rating

Recent Heavy Timber Construction in New England

Wood Bridges in New England

Performance Based Design for Fire in New Zealand

 

 

 

 

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