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Emergency Operations: Loyola University Medical Center Upgrades Stormwater Mitigation System After Dangerous Flooding Event

August 15, 2018 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

By Bill Wood, P.E. The year 2013 typically isn’t remembered for its storms. There were no Hurricane Harveys or Marias, no Superstorm Sandys, and no Katrinas. However, while not given names, smaller storms still can severely impact communities and cause major…

Final Thoughts: Certainly Uncertain: Difficult for Engineers

August 8, 2018 - in Articles, Column

Uncertainty. This is a word that engineers have a problem with, as we like to be able to predict what will happen. Nobody wants to design or construct…

Engineered Solutions: Accelerated Vegetation Establishment on Caltrans Fire Reclamation Site

August 7, 2018 - in Articles, Featured, Showcase

Sponsored By:         By Adam Dibble, CPESC-IT, CESSWI, and Matt Welch, CPESC, CESSWI In December 2017, the Freeway Fire ignited the…

Change Leader: Use Technology to Find Better Ways

August 2, 2018 - in Articles, Profile

These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject and are not necessarily shared or endorsed by this publication. Michael DeLacey, president and CEO of Microdesk, has more than 25 years of experience in integrating…

Change Leader Full Interview: Use Technology to Find Better Ways

August 2, 2018 - in Articles, Interview

These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject and are not necessarily shared or endorsed by this publication. Michael DeLacey, president and CEO of Microdesk, has more than 25 years of experience in integrating…

Future Forward: Infrastructure Operators Increasingly Look to Industrial Wireless Networks

August 2, 2018 - in Articles, Profile

This page profiles innovative and impactful applied research in civil and structural engineering to spur continuing thought and dialog to create a better industry. These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject…

Future Forward Full Interview: Infrastructure Operators Increasingly Look to Industrial Wireless Networks

August 2, 2018 - in Articles, Interview

This page profiles innovative and impactful applied research in civil and structural engineering to spur continuing thought and dialog to create a better industry. These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject…

ReEngineering the Engineer: To Fail or Not to Fail?

August 2, 2018 - in Articles, Column

True confession: I didn’t always want to be a structural engineer. I grew up in the 1960s when the space race with Russia was at its peak. In those days, all I could think about was being an astronaut, probably like most other kids my age on the planet.…

Change Leader: Technology Can Improve Construction Close-Out and Accountability

July 16, 2018 - in Articles, Profile

These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject and are not necessarily shared or endorsed by this publication. Si Katara, co-founder and president of Pavia Systems, is helping DOTs across the country meet…

Change Leader Full Interview: Technology Can Improve Construction Close-Out and Accountability

July 16, 2018 - in Articles, Interview

These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject and are not necessarily shared or endorsed by this publication. Si Katara, president of Pavia Systems, is helping DOTs across the country meet accountability…