Topic: Projects

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Now is (finally) the time to future-proof our infrastructure

Constantine Samaras and Mikhail Chester write of the unique opportunity afforded by the upcoming infrastructure bill in Congress, presenting it as a chance to finally address the country’s need for climate-resilient infrastructure.

SEI Structural Engineers 2050 Commitment Program takes aim at embodied carbon

The SEI Structural Engineers 2050 Commitment Program provides structural engineers with the tools and resources necessary to contribute and track projects toward the vision of net-zero embodied carbon structures by 2050.

Civil Engineering Almanac – Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge opens

Reuben Hull's Civil Engineering Almanac travels back to the week when the final link in the Baltimore Beltway is completed with the opening of the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Navajo Nation looks to future water-related economic development

The Navajo Nation’s plan to improve its residents’ access to water could also help with economic development. (Part two of a two-part series)

Navajo Nation improves residents’ access to clean drinking water

A new network of transitional water access points makes clean drinking water more accessible across the Navajo Nation. (Part one of a two-part series)

Slideshow: Delhi-area airport to be India’s greenest

The Delhi Noida International Airport will also merge Swiss efficiency and Indian hospitality, according to Zurich Airport International AG, the company that will build and operate the facility.

Work underway at highway washout on Big Sur coast in California

In January, a 150 ft section of the iconic Highway 1 along the coast of California washed into the ocean. Portions of this coastline are particularly vulnerable to such events.

Civil Engineering Almanac – Theodore Roosevelt Dam dedicated

Reuben Hull's Civil Engineering Almanac travels back to the dedication of the Theodore Roosevelt Dam.

NIBS survey to help shape the future of social equity and the built environment

ASCE member input, through a new survey, can play a critical role in informing future efforts to improve social equity in the built environment.

Preliminary treatment facility will boost Philadelphia’s wet weather treatment capability

A planned 300 mgd preliminary treatment facility will increase Philadelphia’s wastewater treatment capacity, helping the city attain its goal of dramatically reducing combined sewer overflows.