20th anniversary of 9/11
The tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, are etched indelibly on the civil engineering profession.
Sept. 11, infrastructure, inclusion, and the IIJA are on readers’ minds.
Paul Mlakar reflects on his work in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attack on the Pentagon.
Ron Klemencic reflects on how 9/11 changed the civil engineering industry.
How the events of Sept. 11, 2001, unfolded.
Sept. 11 is etched indelibly in all of us.
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Jon D. Magnusson, P.E., S.E., F.SEI, NAE Dist.M.ASCE, remembers the ingenious work and genial attitudes of the pioneers of the twin towers.
A long-planned renovation under way at the Pentagon on the day of the attacks may have helped to save lives.
The WTC site, the Pentagon, and the field in Pennsylvania where one of the planes crashed each offer unique memorials to the fallen.
Sept. 11, 2001, did not mean the end of tall buildings, but the attacks did change the civil engineering world in other critical and even surprising ways.
Famed architect Santiago Calatrava’s new mass transit center also serves as a community gathering spot.