In this complete handbook for international engineering service projects, James Mihelcic and his coauthors provide the tools necessary to implement the right technology in developing regions around the world.
Williams and Emerson consulted the best research on a wide range of topics of interest to women in different stages of their careers and present important, timely information alongside practical tips.
This report focuses on outcomes of proposed changes in the way civil engineering is taught and learned, including the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for entry into professional practice.
This guide provides practical, hands-on suggestions to foster, improve, and maintain a diverse and thriving workforce within the civil engineering profession.
MOP 116 presents engineering criteria and practices for the design, operation, and management of navigation projects and shows how to integrate them with engineering ethics.
Brian Brenner's entertaining collection of essays displays his distinctive combination of quirky humor and engineering "right stuff."
Heather Silyn-Roberts provides practical, comprehensive advice on best practice for professional engineering communications that convey information to readers accurately and simply.