Building on Hudson Yards In Section: Megaproject Geotechnics: Can a Megaproject Be Big Enough to Change a Building Code?
As a young geotechnical consulting engineer working in New York City, I was always curious as to why the city’s building code prescribed a maximum allowable rock-socket skin-friction value of 200 psi for...

Engineering Iron and Stone: Understanding Structural Analysis and Design Methods of the Late 19th Century, By Thomas E. Boothby. Reston, Virginia: ASCE Press, 2015

Geomechanical Model for Rock Foundation Settlement

The Soil-Rock Boundary: What Is It and Where Is It?

Issues in Evaluating Capacity of Rock Socket Foundations

Stabilizing Colorado's Rock Slopes by Gluing, Scanning, and Bolting

Risk and Performance of a Rock Cut Slope

Piedmont Residual Soils and Rocks

The City and the Coming Climate: Climate Change in the Places We Live By Brian Stone, Jr. New York City: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Evaluation of the Stone Strong Gravity Wall System by Stone Strong Systems: Final Report
This report was prepared as part of the HITEC evaluation for earth retaining systems. This evaluation was performed on STONE STRONG gravity walls, a precast modular wall developed, designed,...

Artificial Beach Construction with Sand/Gravel Made by Crushing Rock

Rock Scour at Hydraulic Structures: A Practical Engineering Approach

Rock Scour—Fact or Fable?

Rapid Prototyping of Computer Models to Characterize Discontinuous Rock Masses

Characterizing the Slaking Behavior of Clay-Bearing Rocks

Pre-Excavation Grouting of Contact Zone and Rock Formation

Carving the Worlds' Largest Rock Monument: Where Art Meets Rock Mechanics

Schmidt Hammer: A Versatile Tool for Rock Engineering

Monitoring and Quantifying Rate-Limited Mass Transfer Using Geoelectrical Measurements
Non-Fickian solute-transport behavior has been observed at research and aquifer remediationsites in diverse geologic settings. Anomalous behavior such as concentration rebound, long breakthrough...

Rock on Down the Road
The reconstruction of 11 miles of U.S. Highway 52 through the heart of Rochester, Minnesota-known as the Roc 52 project-appears poised to become the standard by which all design/build...

 

 

 

 

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