Delaware Valley Chapter

Fire & Water
Over the years, wildfires have crept out of the wild and into the urban landscape, threatening more lives, property, and infrastructure than ever before, sometimes devastating communities. In Paradise,...

Protecting A Refuge
A series of breakwaters to protect a coastal wildlife refuge in southwestern Louisiana incorporated an innovative, lightweight design. Despite extremely poor soils and ongoing erosion that kept changing...

First of Its Kind: Philadelphia Municipal Water Supply

Terminal Velocity
The distinctive curved geometry of the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport terminal was designed to withstand harsh weather while concurrently improving the overall passenger experience....

Nicholson Returns to Wyoming

Arizona Chapter; Delaware Valley Chapter; Virginia Chapter;

Risk in Geotechnical Practice: Whose Risk Is It Anyway?
The U.S. territory of Puerto Rico was once the fifth-largest region in the world for manufacturing of pharmaceutical products, including many of the top global producers. In 2016, the pharmaceutical exports...

Los Angeles Installs Floating Cover On 139 Million Gallon Reservoir

Milwaukee Theater Conversion Requires Move of Million-Pound Wall

Portland, Oregon, Awards Design Contract For 145 mgd Bull Run Filtration Facility

Presidential Candidates Discuss Infrastructure Plans At Las Vegas Forum

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, Corvias Form Green Infrastructure Partnership

Michigan Releases Comprehensive Asset Management Tool

Utah Sets Regional Water Conservation Goals, Aims to Cut Overall Use 16 Percent by 2030

Comprehensive Restoration: Scanning the Terminal
The 87-year-old Cincinnati Union Terminal in Ohio has undergone a comprehensive, $228-million restoration and renovation led by GBBN Architects. As part of that project, which included extensive historic...

Niagara Transformed
A $65-million capital rehabilitation project improved attractions, facilities, and services across the 400-plus acres of New York State’s Niagara Falls State Park. Throughout the five-year construction...

Did You Know? Geostrata Is 20
Spring 2000 was the first issue of Geo-Strata (now GEOSTRATA). That issue included articles on academic-industry partnerships, implementing innovative technology, marketing advice from "The Old Rainmaker,"...

Soil Sampling at Sword Beach in Normandy, France, 1943: How Geotechnical Engineering Influenced the D-Day Invasion
When the World paused last summer to remember the 75th anniversary of D-Day, many of us were gripped by stories, both heroic and horrific, told about the Allied invasion of Normandy’s beaches. One of these...

Florida West Coast Chapter





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