The Impact of Congestion on New York City Bus Service

Beating Swords into Slot Machines
In 1995, some New York engineers were given an assignment to build a casino for the Mohegan tribe in Connecticut from the remnants of an old nuclear reactor manufacturing facility. In...

Game, Set and Match (Available Only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
The U.S. Open, which takes place in New York City at the end of August each year, is one of four prestigious Grand Slam tennis events drawing players and fans from around the world, and...

Current Status and Future Management of Dredging at the Port of New York and New Jersey

The Management of Dredged Material in New Jersey

Ground Improvement at Albany Airport, New York

A New Zealand Owner's Policy on Testing Hydraulic Structure Gates and Valves

Rehabilitation of the High Dam Hydroelectric Facility

NYCT - A Special Infrastructure Evaluation Project

Ground Water
Protection Alternatives and Strategies in the U.S.A.
Prepared by the Task Committee on Ground Water Protection of the Water Resources Engineering Division of ASCE. This report presents general hydrogeologic...

Cutting Off Water in Queens
New York's Transit Authority wanted to dig a new tunnel for a Queens subway connection, but first contractors had to wall-off the potentially contaminated groundwater nearby....

Stabilization of Cadmium-Impacted Soils Using Jet-Grouting Techniques

Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel Project: Challenging Problems, Innovative Solutions
Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel (CA/T) Project is the largest, most complex highway project ever undertaken in the United States. Conceived a quarter centrury ago, the project...

Rochester's CSOAP Tunnels: Problems and Successes

Quality--A Capital Idea! One Organization's Journey to Excellence

A Bridge for the 21st Century
The authors write about the cable spinning process used in the Great Belt East Bridge project in Denmark. The bridge, when completed, will be the largest suspension bridge in the world....

The Rebirth of a Station
Engineers are almost through with the $175 million renovation of Grand Central Terminal in New York. The job required a sensitive cleaning job, attention to historical detail, and most...

A Superfund site near Seattle was surrounded by a 2,200-ft-long soil-bentonite wall to keep contaminants from entering nearby water sources. An earlier remediation effort had failed to...

Seismic Isolation of Bridges in New York City

Preserving Williamsburg's Cables
The main-cable preservation project of New York's Williamsburg Bridge has to protect the cable system for at least 100 years. After extensive field tests, engineers devised...





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