Extending the Limits—San Jose Runway

A Decision Support System for Minimizing the Disturbance of Airfield Construction (SFIA Case Study)

Dealing with Uncertain and Highly Variable Geotechnical Conditions Beneath the Inco Smelter in Copper Cliff

Driven Pile Capacities in Warm Permafrost in Komi Republic, Russia

Seismic Design Doubles Lateral Resistance (Available only in Structures special issue)
A veterans hospital in Palo Alto, Calif. had to be built under severe design constraints. The seismic code for hospitals is among the most stringent of codes and this facility was sited...

Coal's Clean Comeback
At Tampa's new power station, engineers from the power plant industry meet those from the chemical industry to construct an environmentally safe way to use low-cost coal....

Washington Buildup
Despite its reputation as a city mired in fiscal crisis, Washington, D. C., continues to improve its basic infrastructure. A look at three ongoing projects—a sports arena, a waste water...

`Meigs Among the Ruins': Montgomery C. Meigs and the Construction of the United States Capitol Extension

Evaluation of Cracking of the Miami Marine Stadium Hyperbolic Paraboloid Roof Structure

Parking Lot Corrosion Cure
The $3 million structural repair and restoration of a large post-tensioned parking structure required engineers to replace 2,400 tendons while keeping the parking garage in service. After...

Engineers and ADA
When it comes to the Americans with Disabilities Act, design professionals have special liability concerns. Engineers not only have to ensure that clients meet the act's stringent...

Characterization of Industrial Contamination; A Case History

Geoenvironmental Challenges at the Old Dominion Sanitary Landfill and Resource Management Facility

Implication of Pump/Treat Systems on Land Subsidence

Hospital Over a Highway
New York Hospital is undergoing a $1 billion expansion that includes construction of a new building over the FDR Drive in Manhattan using air rights. The starting point for this building...

Down-to-Earth Terminal Design
From New England to the Pacific Northwest, airport terminals in the 1990s are being designed and built to meet foreseeable demand--with very little uncommitted space. The speculative nature...

Touchdown for O-Cell Test
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was badly damaged by the Northridge earthquake. There was seven months to complete 3 years of work to be ready in time for football season. The project...

Port of Seattle Terminal 5 Expansion and Redevelopment

Manzanillo International Terminal Republic of Panama

Innovative Container Handling Facility Norfolk International Terminals





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