Civil Engineering magazine May/June 2022
When disasters strike, civil and structural engineers can play critical roles on search and rescue teams because they understand the built environment.What it takes to serve on urban search and rescue teams
The design of the new Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences combines originality and inspiration.Dynamic structure pays homage to rock and roll pioneer
The Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion is one of the most resilient structures in Charleston, South Carolina.New medical facility showcases inventive structural design elements
When erosion threatened a large-diameter pipeline, engineers responded with a solution that mimics nature.Environmental wastewater crisis averted at Trinity River
The $4.1 billion project accommodates seismic and geotechnical challenges while creating a strong aesthetic focused on the region’s surrounding landscape.Salt Lake City airport project expands and modernizes facilities
After a storm, send in the drones
Drones can provide sky-high views during storm search and rescue operations.
Former gun factory in upstate New York mixes history and engineering
The Watervliet Arsenal pioneered the use of prefabricated cast-iron construction.
Lord Mayor proposes swimming pool on human-made island in Sydney harbor
The hypothetical plan represents what’s possible in the future.
When ethics and conflicts of interest collide
A failure to disclose doesn’t always lead to negative repercussions.
Educator works to advance equity in STEM curriculum
Olin College is making engineering more accessible and inviting.
Moving into management takes training and empathy
Natalie Carmen, P.E., M.ASCE, made the leap from project manager to director.
How a contractor tried to defend against a default termination
Withholding information from bidders can backfire.
Learn the language of government
Success in public administration requires knowing the right lingo.
Spotlight on the 2022 ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering-Professional
Ten young professionals are ready to set the world on fire.
How to develop an inclusive corporate culture on a global scale
Sadaf Parvaiz, a global inclusion and diversity leader, shares her thoughts.
Servant leadership and social equity in infrastructure
Leadership encompasses equity issues.
I have learned so much
Laurie A. Shuster bids ASCE a fond farewell.
May/June 2022 letters
Sept. 11, infrastructure, inclusion, and the IIJA are on readers’ minds.