Waterpower '95
This proceedings contains the papers presented at the Waterpower '95 conference held in San Francisco, California, July 25-28, 1995. The conference brought together owners,...

Cultivating Stakeholder Interaction in Emergency Management

Earning Empowerment From Stakeholders

Toward Integrated Design of Waste Management Technologies

A Parameter Network and Model Pyramid for Managing Technical Information Flow

Sedimentation and Remediation Aspects of Recreation Lakes
Relatively higher rates of silting in Lake Shafer, Indiana during the past few years have been a matter of concern to its owners, operators, and users. Potential causes for observed increases...

Technical and Institutional Features of High-Level Radioactive Waste Management: Searching for Common Ground

Partnering for Success
Partnering as a method of doing business is spreading throughout the construction industry. With everyone fed up with the litigious nature of the industry, partnering represents an opportunity...

Relationships with Architects and Owners
There are many issues which affect the relationships between structural engineers and on the other, the owner clients. This paper discusses some of those issues from the point of view...

Sand Management Planning in Oregon
Under Statewide Planning Goal 18 dune grading or sand movement necessary to maintain views or prevent sand inundation is allowed only as part of an area-wide foredune management plan....

Emergency Action Plan
Although most dam owners have a high level of confidence in the structures they own and are certain their dams will not fail, the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) included, history...

The Role of Hydroelectric Project Owners in the Restoration of American Shad to the Susquehanna River

Technology Developments from the Las Colinas APT System
The purpose of this paper is to identify and discuss the major technical developments that were provided as part of AEG Westinghouse Transportation Systems, Inc.'s contract for the Las...

Scheduling Principles of the Miami Metromover Project
Large and complex construction projects with many interfaces among multiple prime contractors present extraordinary challenges to the owner and project manager. Project management techniques...

Waterpower '93
This proceedings contains the papers presented at the Waterpower '93 conference held in Nashville, Tennessee, August 10-13, 1993. The conference brought together owners, planners,...

The Douglas Dam Emergency Response and Rehabilitation
Through the timely response of the Owner, the potential failure of Douglas Dam was averted, and lives and property downstream were protected. The economic losses created by loss of irrigation...

Computer-Aided Decision Model for Selecting a Contractual System
An owner of a construction project often faces the problem of selecting a contractual arrangement. The process of selecting a contractual system depends on the owner's preferred risk sharing...

Ethical, Legal and Professional Responsibilities of Engineers to Owners and Contractors
Engineers are under legal, professional, ethical and moral duties to protect owners, contractors and third parties, including the general public against injuries and deaths and economic...

Promoting Private Irrigation Development: The Irrigation Sector Program Experience in Nepal
In 1988, Nepal embarked on development of an Irrigation Sector Program. The key ingredients of the program are direct farmer participation in irrigation development and establishment of...

Crane Rebuilding vs. New Purchase
The dimensional and operational features of a container crane which are deemed desirable, if not necessary, in a modern port terminal are discussed and quantified. Some reasons why a crane...

 

 

 

 

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