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Engineers on a road project in rapidly growing Sugar Land, Texas, are contending with poor soils, a tall bridge, and a new rail crossing at grade, all within just half a mile.
A group led by civil engineering students will take an innovative, zero net energy house into a competition organized by the U.S. Department of Energy.
An innovative roadway configuration has dramatically reduced serious crashes on divided highways in rural areas.
A Georgia Tech professor has received an NSF award to study dangerous pathogens found in the air of large cities in the developing world.
The Bend, Oregon, campus needs to expand, so it is proposing an innovative remediation plan for an abandoned pumice mine and an adjacent construction waste landfill site.
A team of engineers and contractors worked to repair a beam fracture on an important bridge linking Pennsylvania and New Jersey while unraveling the mystery of why it failed.