Sustainability & Resilience
Sustainability and resilience are fundamental to everything civil engineers do.
As longtime ASCE leader and Houston Director of Public Works Carol Haddock, P.E., M.ASCE, said, “It’s not just about having resilient infrastructure. It’s about having resilient communities.”
New ASCE manual of practice provides framework for hazard-resilient infrastructure
Electric grid collection
An ASCE Coasts, Oceans, Ports and Rivers Institute (COPRI) field investigation team was in Turkey to study the effects of the Feb. 6 7.8-magnitude earthquake and aftershocks. This is their third update from the field.
An ASCE Coasts, Oceans, Ports and Rivers Institute (COPRI) field investigation team was in Turkey to study the effects of the Feb. 6 7.8-magnitude earthquake and aftershocks.
One of the largest dam removal projects in U.S. history is underway.
New plan would double public waterfront, rewild canals, and rebuild dunes.
ASCE has entered into an agreement with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration where NOAA will provide key science and product data that will be applied to building and civil engineering codes, standards, and best practice manuals developed by ASCE.
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In this ASCE Interchange Live, Priyanka Saha, civil and hydraulics lead for the RiverRenew project at Alexandria Renew Enterprises, discusses the major infrastructure initiative to create cleaner and healthier waterways in Alexandria, Virginia.
For Menzer Pehlivan, the echoes of the 1999 earthquake that shaped her life ring loudly this week.
A National Academies report suggests steps to achieve key United Nations goals.
In episode 135 of the ASCE Plot Points podcast, Antoinette Quagliata talks about how she's seen sustainabilty change over her career.
The concept fuses design, engineering, technology, and nature.