March/April 2023 print issue
Civil Engineering magazine March/April 2023
Public transit agencies are recovering from the pandemic but are optimistic about the industry, thanks to an influx of money and other factors.Read more
A fully digital future for transportation is on its way, which will have profound implications for engineers and state agencies.Read more
Terminal 2 at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City boosts airport capacity and fulfills its mission as a seismic-resistant, essential facility.Read more
Geotechnical engineers got the ground ready for new tracks and other facilities at a major shipping container terminal in Georgia’s Port of Savannah.Read more
ASCE is working to advance the profession, foster innovation, and lead the charge to protect and improve the nation’s infrastructure.Read more
Bidirectional energy hub demonstrated in Tennessee
Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory developed the hub technology.
Aqueduct met New York City's need for clean water in 1842
The Old Croton Aqueduct was a pioneer in design and technical achievements.
Engineers must take action in the face of corruption
A zero-tolerance stance is crucial.
Visualization unveiled for unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright tower
Originally announced in 1956, this mile-high skyscraper was never built.
Total cost claims are viewed with suspicion
Proving a labor inefficiency claim can be challenging.
These 10 superstars are the future of civil engineering
Meet the 2023 ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering-Professional.
Make sure your job matches your values
Young engineers need to know their employers fit with their personalities.
Mindfulness can make you a better engineer
It is about changing the way you approach each day and situation.
Engineer believes in the power of perseverance
Young professional has found her calling at last.
There is no Planet B
Civil engineers must create structures that will stand the test of time.