Evaluation of SSET
The Sewer Scanner & Evaluation Technology
Prepared by CEITEC, a CERF innovation center serving the engineering and construction industries. This report describes an evaluation of Sewer Scanner...

The Sealing of a Massive Water Flow through Karstic Limestone

Ground Modification and MSE Retaining Walls at Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC

New Bern Bypass
To alleviate congestion and offer tourists easier access to their destinations, the North Carolina Department of Transportation decided to reroute U.S. Route 17 out of the historic town...

Two-in-One Tunnel
Engineers are converting the 2.6 mi (4.2 km) Anton Anderson Railroad Tunnel that connects the isolated town of Whittier, Alaska, to the rest of the state into a combination highway-railroad...

Design of Structure and Damping System to Control Motions of the Park Tower, Chicago
Park Tower, a 67 story condominium/hotel project currently under construction on the Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL, will be the first building in North America in recent times that utilizes...

Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Awards
Out of 27 nominations, the $9.8 million Cape Hatteras Light Station Relocation Project, which saved a national treasure along the North Carolina coastline and required extensive planning...

Travel Demand Modeling for Conformity in Charlotte, North Carolina

Toronto's Tunnel Solution (Available in the Geoenvironmental Special Section only)
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), one of the largest public transportation systems in North America, carries more than 1,000,000 commuters a day. The TTC's tunnels had...

Physical and Computational Modeling of Bridge Scour at Oregon Inlet, North Carolina

Sand Bars at Duck, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Observations and Model Predictions

Hurricane Impacts and Shoreline Recovery along Masonboro Island, North Carolina

Directionality of Cross-Shore Sediment Transport in the Surf Zone under High-Energy Conditions

Cross-Shore Transport and Profile Evolution at Duck, North Carolina

The Holocene Coastal Evolution of Eastern England: Evidence from the Offshore Southern North Sea

Barrier Morphology and Inlet Types: Low Energy Flank of the Cape Fear Foreland, North Carolina

Large-Scale Shoreline Response to Storms and Fair Weather

Inlet Induced Shoreline Changes, High Energy Flank of the Cape Fear Foreland, Southeastern North Carolina

Storm Impacts and Shoreline Recovery in Southeastern North Carolina: Role of the Geologic Framework

Mapping Impacts of Hurricanes Fran and Bertha on North Carolina Dunes





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