January/February 2023 print issue
Civil Engineering magazine January/February 2023
The skyline of Azerbaijan’s capital features a new tower with a signature form of stacked cubes.Read more
The center is not only inventive in form but also resilient in function.Read more
The museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is a symbol of innovation and progress.Read more
The bridge’s unique shape maneuvers around a historic sunken ship.Read more
The novel structure follows the flowing form of the snow that often surrounds it.
Shake table dedicated to soil-structure interaction completed
The new system contains a deforming test box that can hold 350 tons of soil.
Building BART tested the nation’s transit waters
The system reshaped transportation in San Francisco.
Proving ground is part building, part landscape
The concept fuses design, engineering, technology, and nature.
Collective inattentiveness to safety causes failure
Employers must communicate the importance of safety and ethics.
Risk comes with control in design-build model
Legal drama ensues when deciding who had control of the architect.
Funding is available to improve energy infrastructure
Climate change highlights the need for reliable and resilient electrical grids.
Why engineers share knowledge and experience
The seasoned engineer and the newbie can learn much from each other.
Civil engineering, ASCE are storming the future
New beginnings are springing up, and disruption is the theme.
January/February 2023 letters
Members discuss the energy crisis and artificial intelligence.