October 24, 2012

Passage of a new federal surface transportation funding plan was good news, but unfortunately it will last only two...
Read more >>

October 19, 2012

Thomas R. Warne, P.E.Founder, Tom Warne and Associates Tom R. Warne, P.E.,  founded Tom Warne and Associates in 2001 to...
Read more >>

BY 
October 17, 2012

Post by regular contributor Rafael Gomes de Oliveira. The need for civil engineers to become more involved in policy making affairs has been a recurring theme in ASCE publications and...
Read more >>

October 12, 2012

Look at the great condition the Huey P. Long Bridge is in. Thanks to Gaea Engineering Consultants for the great tour. Over my...
Read more >>

October 3, 2012

I have been talking about the need to rehabilitate our aging infrastructure for years now. As a structural engineer whose career has focused on bridges, my emphasis has been on surface...
Read more >>

September 24, 2012

Chicago is known worldwide for its streets. The collective ambiance and activity make the city streets destinations unto themselves – the flagship shops on Michigan Avenue, the historic theaters...
Read more >>

August 22, 2012

The basketball arena, seating 12,000, was the largest temporary venue built for any Games and an engineering marvel. Let the...
Read more >>

August 6, 2012

ASCE’s “Save America’s Infrastructure” Facebook page and blog have a new look! As part of this new design, we would like to hear more from you, our members. As we continue to add weekly...
Read more >>

BY 
July 31, 2012

This summer vacation I traveled to South Florida. The timing was certainly out of season. However, given the heat wave striking the Midwest, I joked that I was going south to escape the heat. In...
Read more >>

July 25, 2012

As a civil engineer, you probably follow local media coverage of infrastructure and related topics of concern to the profession, or at least sit up and take notice when there is such coverage. Do...
Read more >>