May/June 2023 print issue
Civil Engineering magazine May/June 2023
Factors from demographics to the pandemic can affect how firms hire and retain skilled workers. Some must even make tough choices about what work to accept.Read more
Infrastructure and manufacturing are expected to buoy the architecture, engineering, and construction industry through 2023.Read more
With its unprecedented surge in funding, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is expediting infrastructure projects of all kinds.Read more
Los Angeles, Dallas, and Houston lead ASCE’s list because of good economies, job prospects for civil engineers, and costs of living. Good weather also helps.Read more
The ASCE Government Relations team focuses on commitment and persistence.Read more
Proposed ‘white lights’ would assist self-driving traffic
A fourth light on traffic signals could streamline intersections.
Arboretum in Illinois is a living museum
Designers used engineering solutions to fashion the site from flat farmland.
ASCE members must not shirk their duties to their peers
Hypothetical situations allow for deep exploration of the ASCE Code of Ethics.
Car-free Icelandic bridge design would lower emissions
Sinusoidal concrete arches would form bus backbone for Iceland’s capital area.
It gets complicated when payment protections fail
For subcontractors, federal contracts have risks.
The state of civil engineering education
Instructors’ insights reveal the good, the bad, and what’s to come.
Boston bridge designer inspires next-gen engineers
Elizabeth Kirtland shares methods to attract and cultivate and the future workforce.
Civil engineers need to maintain a good work-life balance
Your goal should be to stay healthy, both physically and mentally.
Best Places for Civil Engineers: Numbers tell powerful story
With four years of data to consider, a clear top five has...
The State of Civil Engineering: To work from home or not
Employers grapple with the potential and problems related to remote work.
Standards don’t save lives unless we follow them
We must advocate for the adoption and enforcement of best practices.
A change of pace for ‘Civil Engineering’ magazine
Introductions, explanations, and calls to action all in one.
The link between safety and ethics.