Hansen and Zenobia show civil engineers how to be competitive at an international level by building on their traditional strengths in technology and science by acquiring greater mastery of the business of civil engineering, the “softer” skills of management, teamwork, ethics, leadership, and communication.
Ken Wright and his coauthors report the results of their exhaustive investigation into the surveying work underlying the unusual Inca site of Moray, as well as the engineered systems for collecting and delivering water.
Brockenbrough and Merritt provide a convenient, single source of the latest information essential to the practical design of steel structures—fully updated with the most recent design codes, standards, and
Brian Brenner turns his pen and his signature wit to the subjects of urban sprawl, airport infrastructure planning, and, of course, bridges. After reading this collection, you will know bridges from more angles than a through truss.