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November/December 2022

• Keeping engineers safe at work
• Bridge improves connectivity in the Quad Cities
• 2022 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Awards
• Infrastructure resilience: Battling droughts and floods
• A tale of a structural marriage

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September/October 2022

• What cities are doing to get to net zero
• Los Angeles museum is seismically improved
• An abandoned reservoir gets recycled
• Innovative convention center expansion solved site challenges
• Coastal rejuvenation is in the works in the Gulf

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July/August 2022

• Work is arduous for engineers who inspect the Green Bank Telescope
• Mid-Coast Trolley light rail extension brings opportunities to San Diego
• As climate change warms the world, wildfires and heatwaves grow more intense
• Record-setting convention center expansion pays off for Las Vegas
• Bridge scour protection project bolsters California flood-prevention efforts

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May/June 2022

• Civil engineers act as first responders on urban search and rescue teams
• Dynamic concert hall pays tribute to rock 'n' roll icon
• New medical facility features innovative structural elements
• Engineers sprang into action to prevent wastewater pollution
• Inventive engineering and aesthetic elements combine in new airport terminal

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March/April 2022

• ASCE Best Places for Civil Engineers 2022
• New train hall restores glamor to train travel
• California’s Central Valley gets an ecological makeover
• Once-in-a-generation legislation expands funding for infrastructure sectors
• ASCE 2021 Annual Report Card: Executive Summary

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January/February 2022

• Civil engineers are working to ensure resilient infrastructure
• The AEC industry is set to grow in 2022 and beyond
• Bridge restoration preserves iconic structure
• Civil Engineering Clubs inspire a new generation

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November/December 2021

• Engineers explore civil infrastructure’s impact on social justice
• Open-air theatre undergoes seismic retrofits
• 2021 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Awards
• Environmental restoration rebirths stream
• Abandoned hospital transformed into vibrant mixed-use space

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September/October 2021

• Special section: The 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001
The events | The investigations | The impact on the profession | The reconstruction | The engineers who designed them
• Adding safety to the CE curriculum
• Visual arts center expertly mixes materials

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July/August 2021

• Engineers help prepare for hurricane season
• Best Places for Civil Engineers in 2021
• Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library has been transformed
• Artificial lake fulfills many roles in a new Houston park
• Michigan covered bridge was replaced with nearly identical replica

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May/June 2021

• Turtle-inspired dome tops former Tammany Hall
• Transit project extends rail to Silicon Valley
• 2021 AEC forecast: Up or down?
• New bridge boosts capacity from Port of Long Beach
• Running deflection testing in tandem optimized an airport runway assessment

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March/April 2021

• Modern roundabouts boost traffic safety and efficiency
• Engineers use hydropower from Red Rock Dam to generate clean electricity
• ASCE’s 2021 report card marks the nation’s infrastructure progress
• Performance-based seismic design succeeds at a hospital in Turkey
• One highway solved three problems outside Austin, Texas

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January/February 2021

• Birds in flight inspired the design of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s student union
• Response team investigates wildfire damage to buried drinking water infrastructure
• ASCE’s new code of ethics is easier to use
• Crescent shape marks new airport terminal in New Orleans
• Breakwaters aim to halt ongoing erosion at coastal refuge

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December 2020

• Chase Center arena in San Francisco excels above and below ground
• Protecting your business from cyberthieves
• U.S. Army Corps deconstructs nuclear facilities, carefully
• Louisville Water completes its multiyear lead pipe replacement project

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November 2020

• Sculptural NYC arts center facade designed to move
• Lessons Learned in the Beirut Blast
• Efficiency, speed are the hallmarks of Genoa bridge replacement
• The ASCE Report Card advocates for infrastructure

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