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Yesterday | CE News
Creighton Manning Engineering, a multidiscipline civil engineering and land surveying firm, served as prime consultant on a $14.5 million, locally administered federal aid project to reconstruct the at-grade intersection of Fuller Road and Washington Avenue in Albany, N.Y. The project goals were to decrease traffic congestion, improve pedestrian ... (more)
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Thursday | LiveScience
On the surface, concrete seems like one of the world's most durable substances. After all, 2000-year-old Roman buildings made of the material are still standing.
Thursday | Warwickonline.com
FOLLOWING THE PLAN: Holden students Mitch Dixon and Sean Hoyle get some assistance from Lucas Dlhopolsky at the US Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit on Kilvert Street as they build a truss bridge.
Thursday | ComputerWorld
Casio's fx-FD10 Pro ruggedized calculator can stand up to shocks, splashes and dust.
Thursday | Western Star
A pair of civil engineering students in Corner Brook would love to be able to lend a hand to the design of the realignment of Route 460.
This year I'm working on my 20th and 21st musicals. PLS at a Civil Engineering, Land Planning and Surveying firm in Pugetopolis.
This third annual Rising Stars in Civil Engineering and Rising Stars in Structural Engineering recognizes 30 professionals, 40 years old or younger working in the United States, who have shown exceptional technical capability, leadership ability, effective teaching or research, or public service benefiting the civil and structural engineering ... (more)
ONLY the drunk, they say, drive in a straight line in Chicago. The sober zigzag to avoid falling into the city's axle-breaking potholes.
The paint used to mark the road uses a 'photo-luminising' powder that charges up in daylight and then gradually releases a green glow at night, meaning street lamps are no longer needed.
To help Connecticut high school students pursue careers in construction and related fields, KBE Building Corporation will award $17,000 in scholarships to 34 students at 17 diploma-granting technical high schools in the state.
If Scott Muzenski has his way, his great-great-great grandchildren will be doing the very first repairs on the driveway he just patched.
Geosynthetics are widely used in civil engineering, construction industries, environmental applications, and coastal engineering.
First conceived in 2004 by Surrey County Council, and dreamed of years prior, the bridge was built by Costain and designed by Akins.