Brasilia Metro Underground

The Santiago Subway: A Geotechnical Experience in Coarse Soil

Tunneling through Gasoline Contamination: The Caracas Metro Experience

Big Digs in the Lacustrine Soil of Bogotá, Colombia

Inspecting the Unknown (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue Only)
Unknown foundations have plagued civil engineers for years. In the case of underwater pilings, much time and money is spent inspecting for cracks, breaks or deterioration. Even then, visibility...

Big Digs Around the World
This proceedings, Big Digs Around the World, consists of papers presented at sessions sponsored by the Geo-Institute of ASCE held in conjunction...

Baseball Caps
The last ten years have been a renaissance for baseball stadium construction—a trend that doesn't look likely to stop just yet—and four of the new parks are on the cutting...

Bio-Enrichment by Ocean Upwelling Along the West Coast of North America

Pilgrim's Progress: A Status Report on North American APM Systems

Planning Intermodal Capability at West Coast Container Terminals

A Vessel Traffic Simulation Model for the North Sea Channel Area

Vessel Access Simulation to Rationalize the Tug Assistance Program in the Port of El Tablazo, Venezuela

Wave Crest Distributions: Observations and Second Order Theory

Application of Ambient Vibration Measurements for Repair of the Chaco-Corrientes Cable-Stayed Bridge in Argentina

Peru's Program for Disaster Mitigation 1992-1995

Cooperative Efforts for Earthquake Risk Management in Developing Countries

Historic American Covered Bridges
Covered wooden bridges are a visual testament to the American spirit. Originally designed with roof-like covers to protect the exposed wood from the effects of sun and rain, these bridges...

Air Pollution at the Urban, Regional and Continental Scales

Legal and Regulatory Issues

Remediation of Soils

 

 

 

 

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