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...

Earthquake Ground Shaking Hazards in the Portland and Seattle Metropolitan Areas

No Longer So Clueless in Seattle: Current Assessment of Earthquake Hazards

85th Anniversary of the Seattle Section

Up and Running: Final Design and Startup of the Terminal 5 Expansion at the Port of Seattle

Outlook on Seattle: A Port of Seattle Park with a Community Point of View

Port of Seattle Terminal 18 Expansion

Saving Face
Inspections revealed that the glass-fiber-reinforced concrete (GFRC) and ceramic tile cladding on a wing of the University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, failed and needed to be...

In Seattle, It's Known as LOCE

Unsympathetic in Seattle

Acquisition and Restoration of a Drainage District in the Snohomish River Valley
The purpose of this paper is to present an overview of the efforts by Snohomish County to acquire a drainage district (Drainage District 6) in the lower Snohomish River valley and restore...

Port of Seattle Terminal 5 Practical Seismic Design for a Concrete Pile-Supported Wharf

Lessons From Kobe
On Jan. 17, Kobe, Japan became the first post-World War II, heavily populated, industrialized area to bear the full brunt of a high-magnitude earthquake. Engineers hope the resulting destruction...

Sodium Hypochlorite at Seattle Water's Open Reservoirs

1994 Port of Seattle Timber Study

Environmental Remediation and Redevelopment: The Port of Seattle's Southwest Harbor Project

Port of Seattle Terminal 5 Expansion and Redevelopment

The Everett, Washington, Water Supply IRP
The City of Everett, Washington, supplies water to most of the population of Snohomish County, located just north of Seattle. The County is rapidly urbanizing, and preliminary review of...

Mud Mountain Dam Concrete Cutoff Wall
Mud Mountain Dam is an earth and rockfill flood control dam on the White River. The dam is located approximately 50 km southeast of Seattle, Washington. The dam was constructed in 1941...

Juanita Creek Channel Restoration—King County, Washington
Juanita Creek, a small basin near Seattle that contains anadromous fish, was experiencing degradation due to urbanization. A detention pond and channel restoration improvements were constructed...

 

 

 

 

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