Civil Engineering magazine May/June 2021
The interior of New York City’s former Tammany Hall was replaced with a modern concrete structure topped by dome that honors the Lenape.Turtle-inspired dome tops former Tammany Hall
The $2.3-billion Berryessa extension project overcame site challenges to bring heavy-rail passenger trains to Northern California’s Santa Clara County.Transit project extends rail to Silicon Valley
As the pandemic wanes, the architecture, engineering, and construction market will embark on a K-shaped recovery.2021 AEC forecast: Up or down
More goods can move faster across – and under – a cable-stayed bridge at one of the nation’s busiest ports.New bridge boosts capacity from Port of Long Beach
Airport officials at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport coupled two types of deflection tests to assess the condition of one of its runways.Running deflection testing in tandem optimized an airport runway assessment
In situ concrete maturity sensors save construction time, money
Piezoelectric concrete sensors are capable of assessing concrete’s maturity in situ, a...
The Augusta Canal helped power a Georgia city's burgeoning textile industry
The Augusta Canal in Georgia created the largest industrial complex in the...
Floating, nature-forward campus imagined for New York Harbor
Seven man-made “disc” islands that are linked via walkways and surrounded by...
Are incentives for time savings ethical?
Nothing in ASCE’s new code of ethics directly addresses incentives. Are they okay?
Why the AEC profession should avoid jury trials
One word was missing from a single instruction. The result? The parties...
Never miss an opportunity to network
Danielle Goudreau, P.E., M.ASCE, landed a job as a project manager by...
University course teaches sustainability from all angles
Sophomore-level civil engineering course introduces students to the three legs of sustainability:...
How COVID-19 affected maritime coursework
The pandemic caused some choppy seas for a maritime academy’s engineering students.
What is the cost of our failure to act?
When the nation fails to invest in infrastructure, everyone pays the price.
How to maintain company culture when working remotely
Cale Ash, P.E., S.E., shares his experiences with maintaining company culture during...
Seeking change in ASCE and the nation
Student voting rights and the 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure can...
The recovery will be uneven in more than one way
As the economy recovers, firms should remember those workers left behind.