Conceptual Planning for Rehabilitation of the Boundary Hydroelectric Project

Development and Application of the Rapid Stream Assessment Technique (RSAT) in the Maryland Piedmont

Lining the Line
Having succeeded in achieving dry stations and tunnels in mined construction, flexible waterproofing membranes are now being used to waterproof cut-and-cover subway stations and old, leaking...

Capital Facelift Takes Flight
Since 1988, one of the largest and most complex airport renovation projects in U.S. aviation history has been under way in Washington, D.C. Known as the Capital Development Program, the...

Upper Chehalis River Pollutant Capacity and Load Allocations
Dry season water quality was evaluated in the Upper Chehalis River in western Washington state, focusing on low dissolved oxygen (DO), and using the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) process....

Monitoring Scour at Bridge Piers in Snohomish Co., WA
Washington State, Snohomish County Public Works Department is using a new Fixed Mechanical monitoring device, to augment its current program of monitoring scour at bridge piers. The Public...

Two-Dimensional Modeling of River Dynamics for the Expansion of Clover Island, Kennewick, Washington
The Port of Kennewick, Washington, is proposing to redevelop Clover Island as a waterfront village concept. The island is located in the Columbia River between McNary and Priest Rapids...

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...

Washington State's Stormwater Management Program
Significant progress has been made in developing a stormwater management program at the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). Topics highlighted in this paper include:...

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...

Nailing A Landslide (Available only in the Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
When mud flows in California threatened to stop traffic on a freeway and erode a street from below, Caltrans worked around the clock to stabilize the slope using soil nailing and shotcrete....

Portland's Light Rail Goes Underground
A 29-km extension of Portland's first modern light rail system nears completion. The extension includes a 4.6 km twin-tunnel section and the deepest transit station in North...

Engineering and Construction for Sustainable Development in the 21st Century
Assessing Global Research Needs
Prepared by the Civil Engineering Research Foundation. This report identifies key engineering research and construction issues for the 21st century...

The Strategic/Master Plan at Boeing Field: A Means of Optimizing Airport Utilization at an Inner City Airport

The Application of Time Domain Electromagnetics to a Regional Groundwater Investigation in Western Washington

Compatibility With Post-Cleanup Property Development As a Criterion to Shape Remedial Solutions: An Example From the Combined Remediation of the Port of Tacoma Blair Waterway and Blair Backup Properties Tacoma, Washington

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

Underwater Rehabilitation and Maintenance Magnetic Silencing Facility Trident Submarine Base Bangor, Washington

Criteria, Design and Construction of the Steel Pipe Pile Wingwall for the Washington State Ferries

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...

 

 

 

 

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