Waste Not: The Scottsdale Transfer Station (Available only in Structural Engineering Special Issue)
Scottsdale, Ariz., is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. In 1980, it had 88,000 residents; in 1997, it had 170,000. By 2020, demographers expect the population to surpass 275,000....

Manufactured Gas Plants: Yesterday's Pride, Today's Liability
Manufactured gas plants were the pride of the industrialized world until cleaner, natural gas pipelines were built beginning in the 1930s. Most gas plants had closed by the 1960s, leaving...

Weighing a New Hospital Against Health Risks?
In this Mead award-winning essay, the author sets up a hypothetical situation to portray an ethical dilemma. A fictitious firm is approached to design a badly needed hospital in a Third...

British Columbia Hydro's Commitment to the Environmental Movement: Puntledge River Hydro Intake Facility

Recreation Management on the Lewis River: Problems and Solutions in the Pacific NW

Using Cooperative Development to Supply Project Recreation Demands

Hospitals
This section provides an overview of hospitals, their major components, and typical hospital lifelines. Also present is a guide for performing a post-earthquake investigation of hospitals....

GIS for Use in Structural Inspection

Consequences of Watershed Development for Stream Morphology; Riparian Zones and Habitat

Moment Frame Connection Development and Testing for the City of Hope National Medical Center

The Hartford Coliseum Space Truss Failure—A Retrospective

Ground Water Recharge at Green Valley Park, Payson, Arizona

Replacement of a Ceramic Tile/GFRC Building Skin with Aluminum

Simplified Blast Analysis Methods Used for Petrochemical Buildings

Bus Gate, Pre-Signal and Queue Relocation: The Park View Road Bus Priority Scheme

Intrusion Detection by Linear Active Cameras

Thermal Response of Bare Steel Roof Assemblies to Fire Environments in Aerosol Storage Facilities

Failure of a Stiffened Seat Bracket Connection

A Comparison of Seismic Design Using ASD and LRFD

Seismic Behavior of Precast Parking Structure Diaphragms

 

 

 

 

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