Microtunneling under Honolulu
Highly congested urban utility corridors present some of the most difficult conditions for construction of new underground pipelines, especially when subsurface conditions are also very...

Cold Climate Solution
To reduce turbidity in sedimentation-basin discharge, Anchorage, Alaska, is experimenting with constructed wetlands to augment storm-water discharge treatment from several storm-drain...

Failure of a Drainage System within the Core of a Federal Levee: An Evaluation of Repair Alternatives

Integrated Stormwater Management in the City of Malmö, Sweden

Reversing the Past? — New Approaches to Urban Drainage in the Emscher Area

Filtration Devices for Urban Drainage: A 50-Year Experience in Lyons

French Developments in Reservoir Structures

An Urban River Renewed — Denver's South Platte River

Characterization of Track Substructure Performance

The Art of the Possible

Applications of Horizontal Sampling and Logging Technologies in Geotechnical Site Investigations

Identifying and Baselining Boulders for Underground Construction

Mine Shaft Stabilization Using Compaction Grouting

Design and Performance of Large Tunnel Constructed in Saprolite

Case Study: Site Characterization Methods in Karst

Tunneled Sewers in Houston, Texas

Long Term Behavior of Tunnels in Chicago Clay

Design Considerations Due to Groundwater Contamination: Minnesota Library Access Center

Removal of Subsurface Obstructions: An Alternative Contractual Approach

Water, Water, Everywhere (Available in Geoenvironmental special issue only)
The discovery of extensive contamination just prior to construction of an underground library storage facility prompted engineers from the Minneapolis-based firms CNA Consulting Engineers...

 

 

 

 

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