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Younger engineers explore the relationship between the built environment and social justice. They say civil engineers can and must do more.
The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park has been seismically retrofitted and historically rehabilitated to create a safer, updated venue.
The transformation of Niagara Falls State Park tops the list while a Nevada pumping station, a New York bridge, and other noteworthy projects earn recognition.
A comprehensive environmental restoration effort in North Texas has led to the rebirth of Willow Branch Creek.
More than a century old, Chicago’s Cook County Hospital has been preserved and renovated to host hotel space, medical offices, a museum, and other amenities.
England’s Dartmoor Line will soon offer regular passenger service again.
The Mackinac applied lessons from the failure of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
A telescope to study gravity instead of the stars is set to be built in Europe.
We consider providing expert testimony through the lens of ASCE’s Code of Ethics.
A case is lost when a witness is found to be no expert.
Jessica Chen, P.E., S.E., went from the consulting field to the client side.
Educator leads research team making diversity a reality in engineering ed.
Don’t settle for ‘enough’ when you can go for what you truly want.
Pandemic or not, civil engineering salaries are rising.
Helping disadvantaged youth explore education and career options benefits engineering.
ASCE’s president wants to be a new kind of leader.
Civil engineers can lead the way to more equitable, successful communities.