Dean Herrin has created a visual sampler of America's nineteenth-century engineering and technology that illuminates the scope and variety of America's industrial transformation.
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.
Wright and Valencia Zegarra take readers inside the Lost City of the Incas for a groundbreaking perspective never before seen by tourists or archeologists.
This collection contains 25 papers presented at the Second National Congress on Civil Engineering
History and Heritage, held in Boston, Massachusetts, October 18-21,
This collection contains 18 papers presented at the First National Symposium on Civil Engineering History, held in Washington, D.C., November 10-13, 1996.