Hyman and Dupont describe conventional treatment technologies to remediate contaminated soil and groundwater and explain how these treatments are designed and what they cost.
Richard Scott provides the first comprehensive treatment of the changes that the 1940 collapse of the frist Tacoma Narrows Bridge has imposed on the design of suspension bridges.
Martin Loosemore shows how to prevent crises on construction projects and, when crisis is inevitable, how to turn it to advantage.
George Fulton offers complete coverage of diatomaceous earth (DE) filtration as applied to the treatment of drinking water, especially from low-turbidity sources of water supply.
John Schoon provides an overall perspective of the various elements that contribute to highway design and explains how they interact to create a basis for the preliminary route selection and design.