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Civil engineers face many potentially dangerous situations, from working at height to being around moving vehicles. Keeping them safe is a critical job.
The new twin-span, basket-handle, through-arch bridge improves commuter and pedestrian connectivity in the Quad Cities region of Illinois and Iowa.
Civil engineers are working to devise solutions that will maintain water supplies, reduce flood risks, and protect infrastructure from rising sea levels.
The single structure incorporates most of the original buildings while decreasing the site’s carbon footprint.
From skyscrapers to underground reservoirs and everything in between, 11 Honor Award projects shined.
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By building and maintaining a series of reservoirs.
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ASCE branch treasurer makes unexplained purchases during his tenure.
Students must call on their knowledge and resourcefulness to succeed.
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Working without an executed contract is risky.
Don’t dwell on your weaknesses. Instead, maximize your strengths.
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All infrastructure is a target. Civil engineers must be prepared.
We must craft the civil engineering story of the future.
The versatility of cast and wrought iron explained.